Sen. Scott Brown and his bus rolled into town Thursday for his third visit in three weeks to Framingham.
This time the senator, in a tight re-election race with Democrat Elizabeth Warren, brought Maine Sen. Susan Collins, who was voted the #1 bipartisan senator in the United States. Brown has been named the second-most bipartisan senator by Congressional Quarterly.
Click on the attached video to hear what the two senators had to say about the need for "people over politics" and more bipartisan efforts in Washington.
This was Brown's third Framingham restaurant visit in three weeks, having stopped at Carrie Anne's Diner, which subsequently closed and Ken's Steak House. Previous stops Brown brought former NJ Gov. Christie Todd Whitman and current NJ Gov. Chris Christie.
This visit, Brown, his wife Gail Huff, his youngest daughter and Collins were joined by hundreds of supporters, including Framingham Selectman Ginger Esty, for a lunch at Bella Costa Ristorante owned by Paul Katsarikas.
Framingham was just one of a handful of stops on Brown's bus tour Thursday.