Submitted By Todd on January 27th at 9:00pm
Obama, obviously. Scott, meanwhile, has announced a victory tour to meet with the voters of Massachusetts - here's the press release: SENATOR-ELECT SCOTT BROWN ANNOUNCES
“CITIZEN OPEN HOUSES” ACROSS MASSACHUSETTS
U.S. Senator-elect Scott Brown today announced the dates and locations for a series of “Citizen Open Houses” to begin this Friday, Jan. 29, 2010. Over three days, Senator-elect Brown will make six stops across the state to thank the people of the Commonwealth for his victory in last week’s special Senate election. He invited all members of the public to attend.“We won this election thanks to the grassroots support of the people, and I want to personally show how much I appreciate that support and tell them that I will always strive to be an independent voice in Washington,” said Brown. “I’m looking forward to seeing some familiar faces from the campaign trail, but I hope to see lots of new faces as well because I don’t just want to be the Senator of those who supported me. I want to be the Senator for all of the people of Massachusetts.” The details of Senator-elect Brown’s “Citizen Open Houses” are as follows: Friday, January 29, 2010
Senator-elect Brown greets citizens at the Hu Ke Lau restaurant.Hu Ke Lau 705 Memorial Drive Chicopee.
Senator-elect Brown greets citizens at the Falmouth Inn.The Falmouth Inn 824 Main Street Falmouth. Saturday, January 30, 2010
Senator-elect Brown greets citizens at the Kowloon Restaurant.Kowloon Restaurant 948 Broadway Street – Rt. 1 North Saugus.
3:30 PM Senator-elect Brown greets citizens at Lenzi’s Catering.Lenzi’s Catering 810 Merrimack Avenue – Rt. 110 Dracut.
Senator-elect Brown greets citizens at the Maxwell–Silverman Restaurant.Maxwell–Silverman Restaurant 25 Union Street Worcester. Sunday, January 31, 2010
5:00 PM Senator-elect Brown greets citizens at Christina’s Function Facility.Christina’s Function Facility 2 Washington Street – Rt. 1 Foxboro. A nice touch. Scott's handling things with loads of class.