Brown in West Roxbury About Warren's Campaign Workers: "They can't compete."
Campaign workers at Sen. Brown's Spring Street office got a special surprise visit from the candidate himself on Monday night.
US Sen. Scott Brown and his wife Gail Huff stopped by his campaign office on Spring Street in West Roxury on Monday night.
While phone bankers finished up another round of calls, Brown spoke with campaign worker Lew Martin, who told the senator he was calling Brookline.
Brown asked, "How's it in Brookline?" After a so-so response from Martin, Brown said he'd like to get 40 to 42 percent of the vote in Brookline, a very Democratic-leaning city.
As Brown's wife Gail Huff greeted campaign workers, Brown joked with one worker, "How come you're not on the phone?!"
After all the calls ended, Brown and Huff thanked his supporters. He told them they started off at Lowell at 5 a.m., then they split and he headed to Billerica.
"The energy level... it seems more intense on our side.." He added the Boston campaign office is packed, and he said he knows campaign work is often thankless, but that "it really matters, it really matters."
He said with 15 days left to go in his election race versus Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren, he's calling on his campaign offices to be open 12 hours a day - adding about his opponent and his campaign workers, "They can't compete."
Scott Brown is no stranger to West Roxbury, why he and US Senator John McCain, R-AZ, had lunch at the Corrib on Saturday.