Lynch identifies with workers

Thursday April 11, 2013

I am proud to support Stephen F. Lynch for the Democratic U.S. Senate nomination.

It is clear to me that Washington already has too many rich and elite members in the Senate and needs someone like Stephen F. Lynch. Congressman Lynch was a former ironworker who grew up in public housing and knows what it is like to work hard and identify with people who struggle with life problems. His positions and views are best summarized when he stated in the debate Monday night that "I’m not saying that every U.S. senator should have struggled through night school to get a degree. I’m just saying one U.S. senator should have had that experience."

Mr. Lynch has been to Pittsfield for several different events and will not forget about us once he is elected to the Senate. Please join me in voting for Mr. Lynch on April 30.




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