Supporters of the newly elected Senator are popping up everywhere. Facebook has seen hundreds of "Scott Brown for President 2012" groups arise. As Fox News
reports, domain names have been made: scottbrown2012.com, scottbrown2016.com, and scottbrownforpresident.com, which even offers "Scott Brown for President" bumper stickers.
A new Gallup poll
ranks Brown fourth among 11 potential Republican presidential contenders who voters would like to see as the nominee.
And although former Gov. Sarah Palin ranks second, it could be only a matter of time until we see Brown ahead in all of the polls.
"He is the fresh face, and he's new," Republican strategist and pollster Kellyanne Conway told Fox News
. "The whole idea that you don't have enough experience, I think that went out the window with the age of the Obama presidency."
Move aside Sarah Palin, a new face in the GOP has arrived.