Elizabeth Warren Takes Campaign For Middle Class Families To Weekend Events Across Massachusetts

Posted by jcashman

Consumer advocate Elizabeth Warren, who calls teaching her “first love,” takes her campaign for middle class families to weekend events across Massachusetts, including stops Saturday (4/28) in Waltham, Newburyport and Lynn and at the American Federation of Teachers Massachusetts Annual Convention in Quincy. Warren’s first job was as an elementary school teacher, working with special needs children. She returned to teaching after law school and has consistenly received high grades from her students.


On Sunday, Elizabeth will start her morning in Grafton, at the Democratic Town Committee Breakfast, and will then meet local residents and visit local businesses in Shrewsbury and Marlborough. She will also be attending a Canvass Kick-off at the campaign’s Acton office on Sunday afternoon.




8:30 AM          Attends Third Middlesex Area Democrats Breakfast

Embassy Suites

550 Winter Street



10:30 AM        Attends 3T2C Breakfast

Nicholson Hall

9 Harris Street



12:30 PM         Attends AFT Massachusetts Annual Convention

Quincy Marriott

1000 Marriott Drive



2:30 PM          Visits Tatiana’s Restaurant

70 Market Street





9:00 AM          Attends Grafton Democratic Town Committee Breakfast

Grafton Inn

25 Grafton Common



10:15 AM         Visits Dinky’s Blue Belle Diner

70 Clinton Street



11:30 AM        Visits Coffee Loft

406 Lincoln Street



3:00 PM           Attends Acton Canvass Kick-off

Elizabeth Warren for MA Acton Office

130 Main Street




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Posted by jcashman on Apr 28 2012. Filed under Featured - For home page featured article, Politics. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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