Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) is not stumping for Republican candidates in his home state even though several of them have a chance to win Nov. 2.
After his stunning victory to fill Sen. Edward Kennedy’s (D) seat at the beginning of this year, Brown was considered a kingmaker, the type of politician whose broad appeal among independent voters could sway a tight race.
While Brown issued a statement last week endorsing every House Republican candidate in the state, he’s only campaigned with Jeff Perry, who is seeking the seat of the retiring Rep. Bill Delahunt (D). That has some Republicans upset, especially because the GOP has an outside shot of winning a couple of the nine House races.