Scott Brown Creates New Political Action Committee In New Hampshire

 Former Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) has created a new political action committee in New Hampshire.

Brown, who was defeated by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) in 2012, filed paperwork on Oct. 11 registering The People’s Seat PAC Inc., according to The Concord Monitor. Also important to note, per the Monitor, that The People’s Seat PAC is the name of Brown’s campaign committee when he was a senator.

Creation of a political action committee in New Hampshire will fuel speculation that Brown is gearing up to run against Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) in 2014. Brown has floated running for Senate in New Hampshire before (he’s also hinted at possibly running for president in the future).

Recently, Brown joined a foreign intelligence and gun manufacturing company.

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