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Gail Huff Brown is a conservative working mother, journalist, and a military spouse.  Most recently she served alongside her husband, Scott Brown as President Donald Trump’s Ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa.  While in New Zealand, Gail was elected to serve as President of the Diplomatic Spouses Association.

With over 30 years experience as a General Assignment reporter and Special Correspondent, Gail earned a reputation as a tough and trusted journalist. While raising her daughters, Ayla and Arianna, Gail reported the morning news, arriving on the scene at 3am for News Center 5.

A new grandmother with a lifelong career of service, Gail worries about the future of our nation under a Biden administration which is intent on eroding our freedoms at home and eroding our strength around the globe.

It is a great honor and privilege to formally announce this unique Fundraising Event at THE MUSIC ROOM  as we bring you one of the BIGGEST EVENTS on Cape Cod this season!  SCOTT BROWN & THE DIPLOMATS  will be performing an amazing LIVE SHOW & CELEBRATION  in support of GAIL HUFF BROWN'S  run for UNITED STATES CONGRESS.

Scott, Gail, Ayla and the Brown family have long been friends of The Music Room, have been frequent performers at The Music Room and big supporter of the overall endeavor.  The Music Room  is inviting you to support Gail Huff Brown's run for US Congress.  For more information on the platform Gail stand on, continue reading.


Combatting Socialism
The free enterprise system made America the greatest, most prosperous nation on earth, and provided our people with opportunities unheard of in other places around the globe.  Indeed, there is no American Dream, no American exceptionalism, without the capitalist system.  But today that system is under attack, and the same brand of socialism that has mired much of the rest of the world in mediocrity and stagnation is on the march right here at home.

We are already feeling the disastrous results.  The Pappas-Pelosi-Biden spending spree is causing rampant inflation and the cost of everyday goods and services is going up.  Shelves are sparse while the deficit balloons.  The price of food, gas, and home heating oil are skyrocketing.  Chris Pappas has refused to fight for New Hampshire pocketbooks.  On Day One, I will work to lower prices, not raise them.  Out-of-control energy costs that might not hurt residents in Pelosi’s California make for a long, cold, costly winter here in the White Mountains.

If we don’t change course, America will lose its special place as a beacon of hope, and instead will join the ranks of welfare states that long ago gave up on the idea of economic freedom, independence, and opportunity.  And soon, there will be no one left to answer the call when the world needs the ingenuity, power, and strength that only our American economic system provides.

I will stand strong in defense of our economic security, fight the socialist spending spree that Pappas-Pelosi-Biden are forcing on us, work to keep taxes low on our families and small businesses, and ensure that America will always stand tall.

Securing The Border
The United States is a great country because we stand for opportunity for all, and we welcome those who want to improve their lives, live under our flag, and enrich our own experience by sharing theirs.  That’s why so many people flock to our shores each year in search of a better future.

But no country can withstand an unrelenting flood of illegal immigrants who cross their border against the laws.  We can’t blame them for wanting to be here, but we can blame a leadership that fails to defend our sovereignty, enforce our laws, and whose policies actually incentivize illegal immigration.

Open borders are bad for America, imposing stress on social programs meant for, and paid for, by Americans and legal visitors.  Open borders lead to the exploitation of migrants by “coyotes” and cartels, and allow deadly drugs, and those who peddle them, to flood our communities.  Open borders offer opportunity to those who want to harm us.  And open borders are unfair to immigrants who are respecting our laws.

We must secure our borders.  It is our sacred obligation.  We need to finish the wall, fund the technology, and hire border agents to stop attempted crossings.  President Trump’s “Stay In Mexico” policy must be enforced.

America is a welcoming nation, and we must always be a haven for the tired, poor, and huddled masses.  We can only remain that way by gaining control over our borders.

Defending America & Americans

There has never been a more shameful moment in the history of U.S. foreign policy than when Joe Biden abandoned American citizens and our allies in Afghanistan, leaving them at the hands of Taliban terrorists.  As the wife of a military officer, as someone who served U.S. interests overseas, and as an American, I was shocked and appalled by this disgraceful act of betrayal.  Congressman Chris Pappas was silent.

It is the first obligation of our government and our Commander-in-Chief to protect and defend Americans at home and abroad.  Biden’s abdication of duty in Afghanistan emboldens our enemies, alarms our allies, and makes our country less secure.

China caught us off guard with the development of new hypersonic nuclear missile technology which threatens American military preeminence.  The administration sowed confusion with respect to our position on Taiwan.  Russia acts with impunity while threatening the invasion of Ukraine.  And Kim Jong-Un has resumed missile testing in a show of defiance.

America is losing its standing in the world thanks to Joe Biden’s feckless foreign policy.  As the president of the Diplomatic Spouses Association during President Trump’s administration, I got firsthand experience and understanding of threats posed by America’s enemies and geopolitical adversaries.  I practiced the soft diplomacy of relationship building and I understand that weakness invites threats, while strength encourages peace.

As your congresswoman, I will fight for a strong military, while keeping our promises to our veterans who risk it all to protect us.

Protecting The Constitution

The U.S. Constitution is the greatest contract ever conceived between a people, and make no mistake, it is a contract that has served us well.  The rights enshrined in our Constitution are not meant to be redefined, repurposed, or discarded out of political convenience or because some people decide they are no longer fashionable.  The Constitution is the unbreakable bond that ties Americans together.

We need to defend our Bill of Rights.  As a journalist, I’m especially outraged when there’s an attempt to cancel people for practicing their free speech rights.  We must not allow their intimidation to silence us.  The Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens must be upheld.  As a proud gun owner, I will champion gun rights.

I’ll fight to protect and defend all of our constitutional rights.

Respecting Law Enforcement

Our police are on the frontlines protecting our communities, our homes, and our businesses.  They have to make split-second life or death decisions in a job that’s harder than their critics can imagine.

In New Hampshire, we honor our men and women in uniform.  But in Congress, Chris Pappas has refused to condemn the extremist “Defund the Police” movement, which treats cops like criminals and criminals like victims.  Our brave men and women in uniform have asked us to defend qualified immunity.  Chris Pappas has worked to strip them of this important protection.

Far from defunding the police, we owe our law enforcement the resources they need to do the job we ask them to do.  They deserve the numbers, equipment, compensation, training, and moral support necessary to go out each day and take on the criminals.

Thanks to the “Defund” movement , criminals think they can run wild in the streets while the politicians will protect them.  No one should be surprised that our big cities are being overrun by violent crime, and lawlessness.

I’ll stand up for our police and law enforcement, insist on law and order, and make sure criminals know that there will be consequences for their behavior.

Restoring Confidence in Elections

America is the world’s longest surviving democracy, but there’s no guarantee that it lasts forever.  As Ronald Reagan said, democracy “is never more than one generation away from extinction.”

It is an existential threat that so many Americans have lost faith in our electoral system and it’s hard to blame them.  In 2020, Democrats used COVID-19 as a pretense for changing the voting rules.  Now they want to make those rules permanent.  States across the country have already begun to make those changes permanent.  What were once considered emergency measures are now law.

Elections shouldn’t be complicated.  We should have simple rules that make voting easy and make cheating hard.  Election Day should be one day, not 30 or 45 days.  We must register in advance so eligibility can be confirmed.  Votes should be cast in person while showing an ID — just like you must do when you buy a six-pack of beer.  Our friends and neighbors, who we know and trust should oversee our elections, instead of nameless, faceless federal bureaucrats.

Back To Basics Education

Public schools should be for teaching kids how to think, not what to think.  We need to get back to basics—reading, writing, arithmetic, science, geography, and history.  We cannot allow history to be taught a certain way to fit a political agenda.

Our schools are supposed to be places where our families come together and build their communities.  We must not let critical race theory, and the attitudes that flow from it, turn our classrooms into centers of division and resentment.

Parents are entitled to provide input into curriculums.  We can never forget that parents pay the bills for the schools and are the ultimate arbiters of their children’s education.  When they are unsatisfied with the education that is provided by their public schools, they should have the choice to send their child to a different school that is better suited for their child’s educational development.


Healthcare should be affordable and accessible to all.  Obamacare promised us more affordable health care, but instead we have gotten the opposite.  As insurance premiums continue to skyrocket, Democrats in Washington want to continue down the path of socialized medicine, with government expansion into the health care system by way of Biden’s Build Back Better — a bill supported by Chris Pappas.

I have seen first-hand the effects that socialized medicine had on a country.  From outdated medical practices to long waiting lines and rationed care, socialized medicine puts our health into the hands of bureaucrats when it should be in the hands of doctors and patients.

Now more than ever, it is vital that we foster competition in a patient-centered, market-based healthcare system.  By driving competition and bringing more transparency to healthcare pricing, we can lower costs, encourage innovation, and improve quality and access. When it comes to lowering prescription drug prices, competition is vital.

America is also in the midst of a mental health crisis, which is being exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Mental health challenges are contributing to substance abuse, homelessness, and crime.  Because mental health is at the center of so many of our society’s problems, it is critical that we destigmatize mental health conditions and work to get people the help they need.  In Congress, this will be one of my major priorities.

Ending the Mandates

The United States of America is a nation founded on personal liberty and individual responsibility, but Joe Biden’s federal vaccine mandates take power away from individuals to make their own decisions.  I believe these mandates are unconstitutional.  They are certainly bad policies, resulting in labor shortages across our economy.  Our healthcare system is particularly impacted.  Only months ago, nurses and doctors were celebrated as heroes, and now they are treated as villains for exercising their own healthcare choices.

We need to end Biden’s vaccine mandate, stop telling private businesses how to operate, and stop the federal government from imposing their will on states and their citizens.

In Congress, I will fight for individual liberty, and I will put an end to Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, and Chris Pappas’ mandates.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION.  Contributions to Gail Huff Brown for Congress are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.  All contributions are subject to the following limits: from an individual or non-multicandidate PAC, $2,900 per election; from a multi-candidate PAC, $5,000 per election.  For purposes of these limits, the primary and general are deemed to be separate elections.  Contributions in any amount from corporations, labor organizations, federal government contractors, national banks and other federally-chartered institutions, and foreign nationals are prohibited.  Federal law requires us to use best efforts to collect and report the name, address, employer and occupation of each individual whose aggregate contributions exceed $200 in the two-year federal election.


The Music Room puts Government spending into perspective with Music Room Math
If you earned one dollar per second, you would make $1,000 every seventeen minutes.  After 12 days you would earn your first Million.  Thus, it would take 120 days to accumulate $10 million and 1,200 days (something over three years) to reach $100 million.  At the same rate of earning a dollar per second, after 31.7 years you would become a Billionaire.  But not until after 31,709.8 years would you count your trillionth dollar.  The current US debt is more than 32 TRILLION.  At $1 earned every second, it would take 1.14 MILLION YEARS to pay off the US debt. 

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