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Pro-Rubens PAC Launches Anti-Brown Website

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The realscottbrownrecord.com highlights what the NH PAC to Save America calls Brown’s deceptive tactic of criticizing Democrat Jeanne Shaheen for doing what he also did– support policies favored by President Obama.

Brown has made Jeanne Shaheen’s fealty to the president a key part of his campaign, but PAC adviser Mike Dennehy says Brown needs to be held to account for the fact that Congressional Quarterly found he voted with the President 78 percent of the time in 2012.

"It is what it is, and Republican voters deserve to know, they deserve to know what they are getting if they vote for Scott Brown as their nominee.

Dennehy would not say how much the PAC will spend on anti-Brown efforts, but says Republican voters will be getting this message on several platforms. The Brown campaign declined comment on the new website.