Billionaire retired investor Tom Steyer has pledged to spend at least $50 million of his fortune making climate change an election issue this year and is trying to entice other wealthy donors to put up another $50 million.
Scott Brown is the only white guy on his team playing a charity basketball game at the Dunbar Y Community Center in Springfield, Massachusetts, and he’s working. He huffs up and down the court in a gold tank top with a number 10 on it, maroon shorts, and Nike high-tops that make it look as if he’s got black-and-white hams strapped to the ends of his legs.
If Scott Brown decides to run for the U.S. Senate from New Hampshire, he’ll have to get past the National Rifle Association before he can challenge Democratic incumbent Senator Jeanne Shaheen next November.
Former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown plans to move to New Hampshire, the latest sign that he’s considering a U.S. Senate bid there, which would complicate Democrats' effort to hold their majority in the chamber.
Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown was the Tea Party’s darling after he won Ted Kennedy’s seat in a 2010 upset. Seeking re-election in the Democratic-leaning state, Brown now is running as a centrist who splits with his party.
Republican U.S. Senator Scott Brown drives a GMC pickup while Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren has a hybrid Ford SUV. She rakes in Hollywood cash. He draws on Wall Street. He calls her elitist. She brands him extremist.
Scott Brown trumpets his bipartisan record on television and in stump speeches, rarely mentioning that he’s a Republican in his U.S. Senate re-election bid in Massachusetts, where Democrats outnumber his party 3-to-1.