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Scott Brown to announce Senate campaign

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Former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown will launch a bid to re-claim his Senate seat.

According to Time magazine on April 1, Scott will officially announce his bid to reclaim his old job in New Hampshire on April 10, he said in an email to his campaign supporters.

The launch of his Senate campaign was long expected, as he had been planning a return to the Senate after he lost his seat in 2012 to Democrat Elizabeth Warren. Scott said in the email:

"As I've traveled across the state and added miles on my truck, I've heard the same concerns at every stop. You've told me you want a stronger economy with more good-paying jobs. You want a government that doesn't spend more than it takes in. Most of all, you want a health care system that works for New Hampshire -- not one that leaves you with higher premiums, cancelled policies and fewer medical options."

The New Hampshire Senate is expected to be a toss-up according to political pundits.

Stay tuned.

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