MA Sen. Scott Brown endorses Senate candidate Linda McMahon

MILFORD - More than 100 people gathered outside City Hall in Milford today to support Linda McMahon in her bid for U.S. Senate.

Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) used the rally to publicly endorse McMahon, who received her first out-of-state endorsement. Brown says beating Democrat Martha Coakley for the seat vacated by the late Ted Kennedy is an example of how change is needed in Washington.

McMahon said she is prepared to be the voice of the people and make changes on Capitol Hill.

Supporters for Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, who is also running for a Senate seat, came out to show their support as well.

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