2014 New Hampshire Senate Race
Brown lost his bid to oust New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D).
Republican Scott Brown is holding out for final returns in heavy Republican counties.
Warren mislabeled Sen. Jeanne Shaheen's (D-N.H.) state as Vermont.
Scott Brown (R) closes in on Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) in a new independent survey.
A new independent poll gives the Democratic incumbent a 3-point lead.
National security is becoming a major issue in the New Hampshire Senate race.
Rubio last visited the first-in-the-nation primary state in May.
He pledges to be an “independent senator that votes for New Hampshire first.”
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen's lead over Scott Brown is only 2 points in a new survey.
New Hampshire GOP Senate candidate's campaign will pause for neither man nor matrimony.
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) launched a new statewide television ad Sunday.
Bruce Braley (D) and Joni Ernst (R) are tied, but Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) leads Scott Brown.
The Republican had held out hope early on in the night for final vote counts.
The possible 2016 hopefuls lend the GOP nominee a hand in the early primary state.
“I don’t see her at very many of the hearings," said McCain while stumping for Scott Brown.
Democrat could regret saying she was "absolutely" proud of her ObamaCare vote.
Shaheen ended August with $3.5 million in the bank.
Republicans have been working to nationalize House and Senate races all cycle.
Shaheen campaign accuses Brown of "peddling the politics of fear."
Meanwhile, outside groups are pummeling Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D).
The ad is the latest attempt by Republicans to paint Shaheen as out of touch.
Brown knocked Sen. Shaheen (D) for supporting “pro-amnesty policies” in his newest ad.
Dems say yes, Brown camp says no. Tape is muddled.
The former senator highlights his own military service in the ad.