Welcome! Login | Register
 

See A Christmas Carol at The Hanover Theatre with Your WOO Card—The weekend is fast approaching, and GoLocalWorcester brings…

Statement From Congressman McGovern: Regarding The Presidents U.S.- Cuba Policy and Alan Gross—Congressman McGovern speaks on the Presidents new US-Cuba…

Giorgio: Dick Cheney Needs to Stop Torturing Us—Just when you thought it was safe

National Academy of Inventors Names UMass Medical Professor the 2014 Fellow—UMass Medical Professor Phillip D. Zamore, PhD. has…

Bravehearts Release Schedule, Futures League Makes Changes—Worcester Bravehearts release their 2015 regular season schedule…

Horowitz: Game-Changing Global Climate Change Agreement Reached—For the first time ever, nearly all the…

Dear John: She Wants Him To Have An Affair—She's betting on an awfully big 'if'...

Reports: Soares Leaving New England—What Are The Revs Options?—Reports indicate the Revolution defender A.J. Soares will…

Massachusetts Gas Prices Fall Sharply - Says AAA—AAA of Southern Massachusetts reported that gasoline prices…

Whitinsville Christian School Inducts New National Honor Society Members—Thirteen members of Whitinsville Christian School’s 2015 and…

 
 

NEW: Simonian Claims to Knock on Over 17,000 Doors in State Senate Bid

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

 

Republican State Senate candidate Steven Simonian claims he has personally knocked on over 17,000 doors throughout the 2nd Worcester District in his efforts to unseat Democratic incumbent State Senator Mike Moore this November.

The Navy veteran has ignored those who said the district was too big to walk, and has hit over 80 percent of voters in the towns of Auburn, Grafton, Leicester and Millbury, as well as portions of Northbridge, Shrewsbury, Upton and Worcester, according to the Simonian campaign.

"My opponent, being an incumbent Senator can out-fundraise me; he can out-spend me. But under no circumstances will he work harder than me," Simonian said.

"My military and private sector experience have afforded me the determination to make my case to the voters."

Simonian has made a concerted effort to visit the towns of the 2nd Worcester District every day since his original announcement to run for the Senate seat.

"When I started this race, many in the establishment didn’t have faith that my opponent could be given a serious challenge," said Simonian.

"They used to say, 'You don't have a chance, but now since you knocked on my door, I'll vote for you.' This is David vs. Goliath; the question is will money or hard work prevail." 

 

Related Articles

 

Enjoy this post? Share it with others.