Former Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) said Thursday night he did not believe he was "done with politics," and hinted at a possible Senate bid in New Hampshire, where he owns a vacation home.

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"I don’t think I’m done with politics, but I’m not going to rule out anything right now because I really haven’t thought a heck of a lot about it,” Brown told reporters when asked about a possible New Hampshire bid, according to CNN. 

Sen. Jeanne ShaheenCynthia (Jeanne) Jeanne ShaheenHomeland Security searching some social media doesn't violate privacy The feds shouldn't blackball Kaspersky without public evidence Week ahead: Crunch time for defense bill’s cyber reforms | Equifax under scrutiny MORE (D-N.H.) will face reelection in 2014, and Brown could mount a high-profile challenge in what would be his third Senate race in less than five years. 

Brown won his seat in a 2010 special election following the death of former Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.), edging Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley. But in 2012, Brown lost reelection to Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenOvernight Finance: Lawmakers grill Equifax chief over hack | Wells Fargo CEO defends bank's progress | Trump jokes Puerto Rico threw budget 'out of whack' | Mortgage tax fight tests industry clout Michelle Obama is exactly who the Democrats need to win big in 2020 Wells Fargo chief defends bank's progress in tense Senate hearing MORE (D-Mass.). Many suggested he could run in the upcoming special election to replace Secretary of State John KerryJohn Forbes KerryFor the sake of national security, Trump must honor the Iran deal Bernie Sanders’s 1960s worldview makes bad foreign policy DiCaprio: History will ‘vilify’ Trump for not fighting climate change MORE, but Brown ultimately opted against a run.

But at a Republican political event Thursday night, Brown emphasized that he had strong ties to the Granite State.

"New Hampshire is like a second home,” he said. “I was born at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, my mom and sister and family live here, spent summers here growing up, have a house here, I’ve been a taxpayer for 20 years. It’s not a far drive, either.”

Brown said a potential bid was "not something I’ve been spending any time really focusing on," but at the same time said voters in New Hampshire should do "the homework and finding out where and how [their senator] voted.”

“People need to check not only Jeanne’s record but [Sen. Kelly AyotteKelly Ann AyotteDems plan to make gun control an issue in Nevada Stale, misguided, divisive: minimum wage can't win elections Trump voter fraud commission sets first meeting outside DC MORE's (R-N.H.)] record and everyone else’s record to see how they vote,” Brown said.