Saturday, January 23, 2010

Scott Brown Senate Campaign Turns a $4 to $6 Million Profit

Eric Fehrnstrom, senior advisor to new U.S Senator Scott Brown, has told a radio interviewer that the campaign ended with $4 to $6 million in its coffers. Apparently campaign contributions were coming in during the final days faster than they could precisely count or spend.

And what will Scott Brown use the money for? To run again in 2012. Not for President silly. The U.S. Senate seat he just won comes up again for election in 2012, at the end of the term to which Ted Kennedy was elected in 2006.

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