As Scott Brown winds down his campaign to be the next Republican Senator from New Hampshire he says his voice can make a difference in Washington.
When he was elected in Massachusetts in 2010 he often talked about being vote number 51 for the Republican Party and now he hopes he can be that deciding vote again.
“It looks like it’s going to be a good turnout, it’s perfect weather so there’s no excuse for people not to come out. I’m encouraging them to do just that,” he said.
Brown’s effort to unseat democrat incumbent Jeanne Shaheen has drawn national interest as one of the races that could help the Republicans win back the Senate.
“We can redirect who we are as a country and change direction. If you want to change direction you have to change Senators,” he said.
Campaigning in Londonderry with his wife and daughter by his side, Brown was already talking about how the president should work with a GOP majority, if that happens.
“He can do like Bill Clinton did, which I hope he does, and comes and sits down and talks to everybody and says ‘OK what can we work on together? Let’s forget about what we can’t do, let’s talk about what we can do.’ That’s what I want to hear the president say and I’m looking forward to being part of the solution,” he said.
Brown says that as the final hours of the campaign draw to a close he has left it all on the field.