PHOTO! Here is a picture of Gail Huff, Scott Brown’s wife. Gail Huff has been with WCVB-TV Channel 5 since 1993.
Tonight, Republicans like Sarah Palin are taking to the web to congratulate Huff’s husband on his Senate race win. For Huff, her WCVB profile has already been updated to list Scott Brown as having won.
Gail’s bio reads as follows:
Gail Huff has been a general assignment news reporter for WCVB-TV Channel 5 since August 1993.
Huff’s broadcast journalism career began in Greenville, N.C., in 1984 where she anchored the 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. newscasts at WNCT-TV. In 1986, she joined WLNE-TV in Providence, R.I., as a general assignment reporter. She assumed the same role at WFSB-TV in Hartford, Conn., in 1989. All three stations were CBS affiliates.
Huff has a diverse broadcast production and on-air background. She hosted a half-hour parenting series with child psychologist, Dr. Penelope Leach called “Your Baby & Child” on Lifetime Television.
A 1980 graduate of Waltham High School, Huff received her B.S. in Business Communications from Bentley College and attended Emerson College’s graduate program in Broadcast Journalism.
Huff donates considerable time to non-profit organizations including the March of Dimes, Alzheimer’s Association of Massachusetts, Kennedy Donovan Center and Horace Mann Educational Associates. She has been recognized with numerous awards for her work with area charities.
She is married to U.S. Senator-Elect Scott Brown and has two daughters, Ayla, a well-known singer since her participation on the popular television program “American Idol”, and Arianna, a pre-med student. They make their home in Wrentham.
Sarah Palin said in part the following about tonight’s win:
Mr. Brown Goes to Washington… In a Pick-up Truck, No Less!
Today at 6:35pm
Congratulations to the new Senator-elect from Massachusetts! Scott Brown’s victory proves that the desire for real solutions transcends notions of “blue state” and “red state”. Americans agree that we need to hold our politicians accountable and bring common sense to D.C.
Recent elections have taught us that when a party in power loses its way, the American people will hold them accountable at the ballot box. Today under the Democrats, government spending is up nearly 23 percent and unemployment is higher than it’s been in a quarter of a century. For the past year they’ve built a record of broken promises, fat cat bailouts, closed-door meetings with lobbyists, sweetheart deals for corporate cronies, and midnight votes on weekends for major legislation that wasn’t even read. The good citizens of Massachusetts reminded Democrats not to take them for granted..
Ayla Brown, Gail Huff, Scott Brown