Video: Scott Brown Says Out-of-State Voters Should Come To N.H. And Vote For Him
Scott Brown suggested in a radio interview that out-of-state residents can vote for him in the New Hampshire Senate race. Brown told Howie Carr that out-of-state supporters should just “come on over” and vote for him anyway, Boston.com reports.
[su_center_ad]During the radio interview on Carr’s WRKO 680 show, a caller with a Connecticut area code phone number asked why people should vote for Brown.
“‘Ask Scott why people should vote for him instead of the other GOP candidates.’ That’s from Vermont actually,” Carr said.
Brown responded, “Well sure. The first – Where’s that from? Vermont?”
Carr said, “Yeah. 8-6-0. Yeah.”
“Well they can come over and do same-day registration and say they want to come down and vote. So if they feel compelled to do so, come on down,” Brown said.
Carr said while laughing, “Or is 8-6-0 Connecticut? That may be Connecticut. I’m not sure. I get confused.”
“Yeah well whatever it is, they can come up,” Brown said again.
“He was clearly joking,” Elizabeth Guyton, a spokesperson for Brown, told Boston.com.
Clearly. Ahem. Bqhatewver. [su_sky_ad]