U.S. Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., will campaign for Republican Linda McMahon later this month as she seeks to duplicate his feat: knocking off a formidable Democratic attorney general in a race for the Senate.
The McMahon campaign announced Friday that Brown would campaign with McMahon in Milford on Oct. 9. Brown had already announced plans to campaign in the state for Republican gubernatorial hopeful Tom Foley.
McMahon is facing off in a tight Senate contest with Attorney General Richard Blumenthal.
Brown defeated Massachusetts A.G. Martha Coakley in January in a special election to fill the seat left vacant by the death of longtime Sen. Edward M. Kennedy.