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NEW: Women for Warren Launching in Worcester

Monday, July 30, 2012

 

The Elizabeth Warren campaign will be launching Women for Warren today at their office at 442 Park Ave. in Worcester, featuring a roundup of local females who are active in the political scene and are hoping to make strides for Democrats in Mass.

US Senate hopeful, Warren, announced the launch of the new Women for Warren grassroots organization on Saturday. Today’s event will include a visit from Fitchburg mayor, Lisa Wong, Worcester City Councilor, Sarai Rivera, and Worcester Democratic City Committee Chair Candy Carlson who will join supporters for the kick-off.

In addition to Monday's launch and phone bank at 5:45 p.m. at her local office, women across the Commonwealth are organizing weekly Wednesday phone banks in field offices to engage women throughout Massachusetts and ensure their voices are heard this election.

 

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