Scott Brown-shirtless: Former Massachusetts sentor goes shirtless at New Hampshire Penguin Plunge charity event.

Scott Brown Was Shirtless on Today's Front Page of New Hampshire's Largest Newspaper

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Feb. 3 2014 2:54 PM

"Scott Brown, a Longtime Summer Resident of Rye"

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Scott Brown landed himself on the front page of New Hampshire's largest newspaper on Monday

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That's this morning's front page of the New Hampshire Union-Leader, the Granite State's largest daily newspaper. Scott Brown, the former Massachusetts Republican senator and just-maybe future New Hampshire Republican senator, isn't mentioned in the story that accompanies the photo, but the caption represents something of coup for a politician hoping to avoid the carpetbagger label (emphasis added):

Former Mass. U.S. senator Scott Brown, a longtime summer resident of Rye, joined the Buckley's Frozen Seamen team during Sunday's 15th annual Penguin Plunge to benefit Special Olympics New Hampshire.
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Front page via the Newseum. Click on the image above for a complete look at the entire page. (h/t Washington Post)

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Josh Voorhees is a Slate senior writer. He lives in Iowa City. 

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