Former Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) is moving to New Hampshire after finding a buyer for his Massachusetts home, Bloomberg reported Monday.
Andrew I. Glincher, managing partner and chief executive officer at Brown’s employer Nixon Peabody LLP, told Bloomberg the former Massachusetts Senator is set to sell his home in Wrentham this week.
Brown has flirted with the idea of a senate run in New Hampshire for months now, setting up a political action committee in the state and telling reporters "nothing's off the table" when it comes to a campaign in the Granite State.
National Republicans have urged Brown to consider a run in New Hampshire, where he would challenge Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.). Sens. Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) and Rob Portman (R-Ohio), who serve as chairman and vice chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, have urged Brown to run, telling the Boston Globe they don't think he's "fooling around."
But Brown's not limiting himself to the U.S. Senate. In August, he expressed interest in a potential 2016 presidential run while visiting the Iowa State Fair, telling the Boston Herald he's looking to see if "there’s even an interest, in Massachusetts and throughout the country, if there’s room for a bi-partisan problem solver."
"It’s 2013 -- I think it’s premature, but I am curious," Brown said.
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