Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown made a comeback Tuesday, winning the New Hampshire Republican U.S. Senate primary over nine contenders. A tea party favorite, the former Massachusetts senator will face Democratic incumbent Jeanne Shaheen in the November midterm elections. Those elections will decide which party rules the Senate for President Obama's final two years in office. 

This is Brown's third Senate run in five years and if successful, he would become one of only three senators to serve from more than one state. Brown moved to New Hampshire, where he lived as a toddler and had a vacation home, in 2012.

Brown received national attention when he won the seat of Sen. Edward Kennedy, a Massachusetts Democrat who died unexpectedly in 2010, but then lost an election in 2012 to Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat.