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July 03, 2014 AT 11:09 AM
Mitt Romney on Wednesday returned to the New Hampshire farm where his 2012 presidential campaign officially began, only this time he was there to help get someone else elected. Romney endorsed Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown, who is challenging Democratic incumbent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. Romney blasted Shaheen as a reliable rubber stamp for President Barack Obama. Romney said, “She is the ‘Simon Says senator,' We don’t need that, we need an independent senator.” The rally was held at the same farm in Stratham, New Hampshire, where Romney announced the start of his last presidential campaign. Though it had the makings of a Romney campaign event from the past, the former Massachusetts governor has said repeatedly he is not seeking another presidential run.