On may 31, 2011, the Boston Globe reported:
The torrent of small campaign contributions from around the country that flooded GOP Senator Scott Brown’s campaign coffers ahead of his special election last year has all but dried up, as the excitement generated by his campaign has faded and some of his votes have disillusioned rank-and-file conservatives.
As Brown raises money for his 2012 reelection bid, he has accepted a greater percentage of large contributions from the typical Washington roster of industry political committees, business executives, and corporate lobbyists. Brown had not won the support of many of those sources before his improbable victory, and since then they have signed on as financial backers.
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Published: Jun 1, 2011