Just where is Scott Brown? New Hampshire? Massachusetts?

 
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Where's Scott Brown? Not clear that Scott Brown knows.

Brown is the former Massachusetts senator who's being mentioned as a possible U.S. Senate candidate in New Hampshire next year.

The Republican was interviewed in Londonderry, N.H., Thursday, and momentarily seemed to forget where he was.

Here was his comment:

"What I've heard from the Republicans up here is they're thankful that I've been around for a year, helping them raise money, helping them raise awareness as to the issues that are affecting not only people here in Massachuset--uh, in New Hampshire, but also in Massachusetts, obviously, in Maine. I've been to Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Connecticut, I've been all over the New England area, certainly, talking and helping people raise money."
The video was publicized Friday by American Bridge, a group with strong Democratic party ties.

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