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NEW: Another Dem. Endorsement for Scott Brown

Tuesday, July 03, 2012

 

Senator Scott Brown (R) won over another vote from the left side of the aisle today with the endorsement of Paul Walsh, the former Democratic District Attorney of Bristol County. Brown tweeted about the endorsement: "Today, I was honored to receive the support of another Democratic leader..."

"Twenty years in the DA's office and I never asked a victim of a crime whether they were a Republican or Democrat. Everybody counts. Scott Brown gets that," Walsh said during a campaign stop in New Bedford yesterday. "We need answers. We need solutions. I vote for someone who will look me in the eye and give me a straight answer. That's while I'll cross the line." Walsh was district attorney from 1991 to 2007.

"Some people in this campaign want to divide the American people. I think we should bring it together," he added. Walsh said that with Independence Day coming up, we need independent thought.

Bipartisan Work

Brown has been named the second most bipartisan member of the US Senate in 2011 and has received other Democrats' support, including an endorsement from Gloucester politicians, former Democratic State Representative Anthony Verga and Worcester Democratic Mayors Ray Flynn and Konnie Lukes.

 

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