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Scott Brown to Iowa to see if there’s ‘an interest in my brand of leadership and Republicanism’

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By Doug Powers  •  August 18, 2013 12:26 PM

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Maybe an über-moderate Republican from Massachusetts can win back the White House for the GOP! Hey, wasn’t that tried fairly recently?

From the Des Moines Register:

Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts is traveling to Iowa on Sunday to check out the big boar and the super bull at the Iowa State Fair – and to size up whether Iowans might take a liking to him.

“I’m going to be coming out more often to try to determine whether there’s an interest in my brand of leadership and Republicanism,” Brown told The Des Moines Register in a telephone interview this afternoon.

Ted Cruz has already been to Iowa, and next month Joe “blast ‘em through the door” Biden will be in the state (please run, Joe).

There are only 1,178 days until the 2016 election.

Background:

What a, uh, Surprise: Scott Brown Says He’d Support the Reid Debt Plan

Scott Brown Will Vote for Dodd-Frank Bill

Wall St. Reform Bill Passes Senate; Scott Brown Votes ‘Yes’ After Dems Promise Him Another Spread in Cosmo

The $15B Porkulus II cloture roll call vote: Scott Brown, the Voinovich pay-off & business as usual

Seating Scott Brown

Mr. Brown goes to Washington: A recommended itinerary

The uniter: Scott Brown’s center-right-indie coalition

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