Scott Brown's file:
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Republican from New Hampshire

Scott Brown was elected a Republican U.S. senator from Massachusetts in 2010. He lost re-election in 2012 and subsequently became a political commentator for Fox News. In March 2014, Brown announced that he was considering entering the U.S. Senate race in New Hampshire.

Recent statements involving Scott Brown

"I was the most bipartisan senator in the United States Senate."

Says that as a U.S. senator, Scott Brown "delivered for Wall Street, saving big banks $19 billion in taxes."

"I’m ninth generation from New Hampshire."

"They delayed my swearing-in here in Massachusetts for a couple weeks so they could ram (the health care law) through."  

The federal health care law raises taxes and cuts Medicare.

Recent stories featuring Scott Brown

As Scott Brown nears Senate bid, a look back at fact checks:

Without making it "officially" official, Scott Brown dropped a big clue in the "will-he or won’t-he" guessing game over his potential run for U.S. Senate in New Hampshire. At a GOP conference in Nashua, N.H., Brown announced that he was forming a committee to explore running for the seat held by Democrat Jeanne Shaheen. Both Brown and Shaheen are no strangers to the Truth-o-Meter.

Scott Brown faces the Truth-O-Meter:

The senator-elect claims that federal employees make twice as much as private-sector workers. We check the facts.

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