Elizabeth Warren Visits Voters in Wellesley [PHOTOS]

A large crowd filled the Hills Branch Library Friday afternoon to meet Elizabeth Warren, Democratic candidate for a U.S. Senate seat.

A large crowd filed into the Wellesley Hills Branch Library Friday afternoon to meet Elizabeth Warren, the Democratic candidate for a U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts.

Warren told the crowd to "have a plan to get to the polls Tuesday" as she shook hands with members of the public.

Warren is facing incumbent Republican Sen. Scott Brown in the election.

anne devoe November 03, 2012 at 12:04 PM
This question is a general one, not pro- or anti- any particular candidate. Just wondering how a town-owned building can be used for a partisan political appearance? Shouldn't a town building, funded by taxpayers and providing town services, remain neutral ground?
Larry Lawfer November 03, 2012 at 03:41 PM
@Anne Devoe I do think the town is providing town services by allowing access to all types of meetings in our public facilities. That is one of the reasons we build public buildings isn't it? It is possible that the other campaign didn't ask.
Vineyard Worker November 03, 2012 at 03:48 PM
If all candidates are given the same opportunity, neutrality exists.
roger weinreb November 03, 2012 at 04:27 PM
E W is a fraud. Where has she been for the last several years while SCOTT BROWN has been effectively representing the citizens of MA?. Sen. SCOTT BROWN has proven to have the ability to "cross the aisle" when best for MA and the USA. Sen. SCOTT BROWN has proven that he is no lock step party follower. E W is a lock step Democrat who will follow orders from the likes of Obama, Reid, and Pelosi. Vote for someone who will effectively represent MA. Vote for Independent Sen. SCOTT BROWN.
Beth Sullivan Woods November 04, 2012 at 12:48 AM
The mission of the Wellesley Free Library is to serve as a community gathering place and gateway to ideas for residents of all ages and interests by providing free access to information. As such, the Library’s rental policy permits groups, including political campaigns, to rent space as long as the events are free and open to the public. We welcome events such as these, regardless of political affiliation, to further public discourse and education. Beth Sullivan Woods, Chair of Wellesley Free Library Trustees


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