TELL US: What Should Scott Brown Do Next?

U.S. Senator Scott Brown will leave office in January. What should he do next?


U.S. Senator Scott Brown, a Republican, was defeated Tuesday by first time candidate Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat.

Warren will take office as the state's junior senator in January.

She'll replace Brown, who was elected in a special election in January 2010 when he defeated Democrat Martha Coakley.

In his concession speech on Tuesday night, Brown told his supporters that "defeat is only temporary."

As soon as the race was called, analysts began suggesting Brown may run for Massachusetts governor in 2014 or would seek the state's other U.S. Senate seat if Senator John Kerry is named Secretary of State under President Barack Obama in his second term.

What should Brown do next? Tell us in the comments.

Steve November 10, 2012 at 06:07 AM
He should demand a recount. How can there be so many crazy people in this state that Warren would get elected? Oh wait, never mind, it is Massachusetts.
Raul Santiago November 13, 2012 at 05:22 PM
Republicans screwed themselves. Some of you Elephants don't know what to say, when to say, and when to stay quiet. Then what some of you say is soooo ridiculous and you actually expect people to take you seriously? 1) Obama wasn't born in the U.S. This load of crap was made famous by Donald Trump, the Republican rich guy who acts as if he's the richest guy on Earth but is actually quite poor compared to Democrats Bill Gates and Warren Buffett. The only people that ran with this are the ones who didn't like Obama because he's black. Everyone else saw how ridiculous it was and moved on. The way some of you describe Obama as a "food stamp" President, or Obamacare as having "death panels", I don't think you people actually believe this. If you do, your belief is based on some other dislike for the President, rather than his policies. (Yes, I'm implying that you're racist). As long as the Republican party is identified with Rush, Trump, and all the other cooks, we will never win a national election. I supported Obama this time because Romney was simply "full of sh1t".
Michael Quinlan November 14, 2012 at 12:42 AM
We have Elizabeth Warren already to raise taxes whenever possible.
Michael Quinlan November 14, 2012 at 12:44 AM
Hail Fishman!
Jeanne FitzPatrick November 14, 2012 at 03:06 AM
Dear Mr Santiago You use the word ridiculous in your post at least twice and infer that this is your obvious feelings towards Republicans throughtout your entire post. If I were you I would start by rereading your own post before you call anyone else ridiculous. You make generalizations and accuse people of being racists; people you don't even know. Then you go on to try to list several points by enumerating them starting with the #1). If you look at your post you proceeded to ramble on and on and never made a second #2) point; or if you did you neglected to continue with your original train of thought. It seems that this is a flaw that you possess, that you can't seem to get beyond your own inner hostility and nastiness to even make a sensible post. Oh and I assume you meant "all the other kooks" not cooks. Remember Mr Santiago people who live in glass houses should not throw stones, if you can grasp what I mean (I'll help you a little, you seem a little ridiculous yourself).


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