Diehl Visits Rehoboth
Rehoboth, MA … Today Representative Geoff Diehl, the endorsed Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, took his campaign to the Rehoboth Senior Center to discuss his vision for the future of Massachusetts and helping our seniors enjoy their golden years.
“Massachusetts is too great for a part-time Senator. We need a Senator who will focus on the citizens of the Commonwealth,” said Diehl. “From the time you wake up in the morning and until you go to bed in the evening you should be working to help the people of Massachusetts. I think people should come first ahead of oneself. Our Senator needs to do their job by putting you first!”
Diehl is disappointed with Senator Warren who is more focused on her national profile rather than working in the best interest of Massachusetts. One key example of this, Diehl pointed out, was how she voted against the 21st Century Cures Act.
“If she cared about our state, she wouldn’t have voted against a bipartisan measure to promote medical innovation and the development of new treatments for cancer and other diseases. Massachusetts is a medical research leader and she still voted against the bill,” said Diehl.
As the next United States Senator, Diehl is committed to meeting regularly with residents. He is going to turn his “Diehl on Wheels” campaign RV into a mobile office. People will not have to drive to Boston or Springfield to meet their Senator. Diehl will come to you.
Seniors have been helped by Diehl’s efforts. He was the co-chairman for the ballot question that repealed the linkage of the gas tax to inflation. If the law had remained in place, the gas tax would have increased every year. Diehl has saved taxpayers from 3 gas tax hikes already.
Yesterday, Diehl received the endorsement of the Everett Police Patrolmen’s Association and former Lynn Mayor Judy Kennedy. Today, he received the endorsement of Captain Dave Marciano of Wicked Tuna.
Diehl, who won the Republican convention by 30 points, has his endorsement list growing daily. The list includes: the Watertown Republican Town Committee, the Hanson Republican Town Committee, the Bourne Republican Town Committee, the East Bridgewater Republican Town Committee, the Dighton Republican Town Committee, Boston Ward 9 Republican Committee, the Somerville Republican City Committee, the Whitman Republican Town Committee, the Dracut Republican Town Committee, Representatives Shaunna O’Connell, Marc Lombardo, Jim Lyons, Lenny Mirra, Nick Boldyga and Peter Durant, economist Stephen Moore, former Presidential candidate Herman Cain, former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, Youth Conservatives of Massachusetts, all of the Sudbury delegates to the convention, former New England Patriots Fred Smerlas, Steve Grogan, and Matt Light, Red Sox Champion Curt Schilling, John Dennis, former Holyoke City Councilor Kevin Jourdain, Westfield City Councilor Dan Allie, former State Representatives Ginny Coppola, Leah Cole and Tim Clarke, Taunton City Councilors John McCaul and Jeff Postell, Agawam City Councilor Cece Calabrese, Stoneham Selectwoman Caroline Colarusso, Melrose Alderman Monica Medeiros, Hopkinton Selectmen Claire Wright and John Couthino, and Mayor Bob Hedlund to name a few. Diehl was the first candidate to receive a major law enforcement endorsement. The Norfolk County Correction Officers have thrown their weight behind Diehl.
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