With the election just days away, US Senator Scott Brown campaigned in Boston’s North End Friday with former New York City mayor and fellow Republican Rudy Giuliani. Their visit drew a large crowd of supporters, who accompanied Brown down Hanover Street, chanting “Go, Scott, go!”
At a brief rally near the Greenway, Brown introduced Giuliani as “America’s mayor.” Giuliani recalled stumping for Brown during his victorious 2010 campaign and said Brown had “kept his promise” to be a moderate, bipartisan voice in Congress.
“That’s not always the case in politics,” he said to cheers. “We know that.”
Later on Friday, Senate challenger Elizabeth Warren delivered her stump speech from inside a boxing ring at Ramalho’s West End Gym in Lowell, to a large and enthusiastic crowd. A Warren campaign poster was tacked to a wall beneath a sign meant for boxers, which read: “No Pain, No Gain.”
“Families in Massachusetts need a fighter in their corner,” Warren told the boisterous audience. “I want to go to Washington to be that fighter.”
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