Senator Scott Brown in West Roxbury; Meets Catholic Memorial Students
Republican US Senator Scott Brown campaigned in West Roxbury on Tuesday morning.
Scott Brown knows West Roxbury is a battleground between he and Elizabeth Warren in their US Senate race. With that in mind, Brown was once again in West Roxbury on Tuesday morning meeting residents, and some Catholic Memorial students.
When asked why he visited West Roxbury, Brown said:
During these next 21 days, I will continue taking my message of being an independent fighter for jobs to all corners of Massachusetts, including West Roxbury. Voters face a stark choice in next month's election. Professor Warren's economic prescriptions of higher taxes and more spending would destroy jobs and make a bad economy even worse. It's no wonder even leading Democrats have called her 'catastrophically anti-business.' I have walked the main streets and visited small business owners across the City of Boston. The last thing they need is more taxation and regulation from Washington DC. I don't want to see empty store fronts in West Roxbury or anywhere else for that matter.
Brown and supporters were doing a standout at the intersection of VFW Parkway and Spring Street.
Several Catholic Memorial students on their way to school went over to meet Brown while he was waving hello to drivers.
Starting in his 2010 campaign for the US Senate seat Brown has often visited West Roxbury.
Brown has visited veterans and staff at the VA Hospital; on another day visited the Holy Name School, and read books to children at the Ohrenberger School.
The senator also attended the Official Inauguration Party of the Unofficial Mayor of West Roxbury event for Richie Gormley. Earlier this year, he started the Corrib 5k Road Race; and went to the Shamrock Shootout on Temple Street on St. Patricks Day.
Brown was also present to greet state Senator Mike Rush, D-Norfolk/Suffolk, when he had his welcome home party at the Boston Elks Lodge.
Of course, there's also a Brown campaign office at 100 Spring Street.
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