Scott Brown has not declared himself a Presidential candidate, but he is not shying away from the topic.
The former U.S. Senator from Massachusetts has met with voters in the Midwest this weekend.
Brown, on vacation in his wife Gail Huff's home state of South Dakota, took a detour and visited the Iowa State Fair on Saturday.
During his visit, Brown said he wanted to determine whether there is an interest in his brand of leadership and Republicanism.
Since losing his re-election bid last year to Elizabeth Warren, Brown has joined a law firm in Boston and become an analyst for Fox News.
During his Iowa visit, Brown said he believes there is room for his message in Washington.
"It's really not about me," said Brown. "It's about bring a message to America, which is there is a tremendous amount of division. There are divisions on the left and the rights with the extremes. In the middle, there's a very small group of people."
Earlier this year, Brown said he would not rule out running for a U.S. Senate seat in New Hampshire.
He has also been rumored as a potential Republican candidate for Massachusetts governor in the 2014 election.
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