2014 New Hampshire Senate Race
Shaheen asked Brown to sign a "People's Pledge" to limit outside spending in the Senate race.
“A big political wave is about to break in America," Brown said in New Hampshire.
His contract was canceled after he told the network of his move toward a run for Senate.
Brown is seen as GOP's best shot at unseating Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.
The former Massachusetts senator's poll numbers have declined over the past few months.
The women in the Americans for Prosperity ad are GOP activists in New Hampshire.
The Republican has moved back from Florida to New Hampshire to pursue the seat he lost in 2002.
The former Massachusetts GOP senator has taken a hit from recent Democratic attacks.
After previous reports, the former senator is still a contributor at the network.
This time, the focus isn’t on his potential run for Senate in the state.
The ex-Massachusetts senator ties the N.H. Democrat, though he's not yet in the race.
The state Democratic Party argues Brown’s support for the oil industry could hurt him in the Senate...
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) now has $3.4 million in the bank for her reelection fight.
Senate Majority PAC set its sights on a Republican who hasn't yet decided on a run.