Report: Loughlin Gets Piece of Brown Team

Republican State Representative John Loughlin, who is challenging Congressman Patrick Kennedy this fall, suggested after Scott Brown's monumental upset in Massachusetts that he was aiming to hire some of Brown's campaign team. A report in the Boston Globe has him doing just that:

They were the invisible hands behind Republican Scott Brown’s stunning victory, and now are in almost as much demand from Republicans across the country as the new senator from Massachusetts.

A congressional candidate in Hawaii wants to hire one of Brown’s fund-raisers, while a candidate in Ohio is considering retaining Brown’s pollster. Strategists Eric Fehrnstrom, Peter Flaherty, and Beth Myers are working for the GOP gubernatorial candidate in New York, and for the Republican vying to unseat Rhode Island Congressman Patrick Kennedy, the late Edward M. Kennedy’s son.

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