Nathan R. Jessup

Scott Brown’s First TV Commercial Release

In Scott Brown on December 30, 2009 at 5:42 pm

We are about two hours away from Scott’s arrival and looking forward to the opportunity. I imagine we will have a tremendous turnout and raise a bit for the campaign. For all those unable to attend, you can still give HERE. The end of the year marks a very important milestone in Scott Brown’s journey; on the 1st of the year the GOP will decide how much funding their candidate is given based on how much they raise. For this reason, it is imperative that anyone interested in supporting a real change in Washington do it before the end of December. A special thanks to all who have generously supported Scott’s run for US Senate. And remember, if you happy with how things are going in America, Scott is not your man…

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