We are proud to have done our small, but important part.
As Matthew Patton said in a packed J&M Diner in Framingham, where Elizabeth was having lunch today (Sept. 14), it was groups like ours that helped convince her to run.
The Draft Elizabeth Warren Metrowest Committee was formed on Aug, 30. None of its initial members knew each other before, though we are long time residents of Framingham and its surrounding suburbs.
We were all angered by the way our elected officials, like Scott
Brown, are turning attention away from the causes of the current
economic time of troubles and allowing banks and financial
institutions to kill the legislation that would prevent new
catastrophes from happening again and again. We need to rein in the
bubble makers who threaten our investments, our pensions, our home values, and our jobs. We need transparency in the economy and in our political process.
Warren is an impassioned warrior. She was not afraid to stand up to Wall Street for consumers, the middle class, working people, students or elderly.
The committee led a grassroots effort to draft Elizabeth Warren to run for Senate. The first information session was held on last wednesday Sept. 7 at at First Parish in Framingham.
For additional information contact the Draft Elizabeth Warren Metrowest Committee at