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Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown moves into New Hampshire home

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Jan. 19, 2010: Republican U.S. Senator-elect Scott Brown celebrates with his wife Gail Huff (L) and daughter Ayla (R) after defeating Democrat Martha Coakley in the U.S. Senate race to replace the late U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy at Brown's victory rally in Boston. (Reuters)

The wife of former Massachusetts U.S. Sen. Scott Brown says the couple is settling into its new permanent home in New Hampshire, a move likely to fuel further speculation about his possible future political plans.

Brown is also scheduled to be the featured guest on Thursday night at the New Hampshire Republican State Committee's holiday party in Nashua.

Brown's wife, Gail Huff, told the Boston Herald Wednesday that the couple has sold its home in Wrentham, Mass., and is now living in the home they own in Rye, N.H., "until we decide our next move."

Brown recently launched a political action committee in New Hampshire and has been mentioned as a possible challenger to Democratic U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, though he's taken no formal steps toward such a campaign.