In an effort to keep you up-to-date with the happenings on the campaign trail, we’ve created this weekly campaign wrap-up. Here’s what you may have missed:
Last weekend, Scott picked up the “strong support” of former Democratic Mayor of Boston Ray Flynn, who credited Scott for his independent voice in the Senate. You can see a video of Flynn’s endorsement here.
On Tuesday, Scott delivered well over the required 10,000 signatures to secure his name on the ballot in the U.S. Senate election in November, as reported by the APand caught by NECN cameras here.
On Wednesday, Scott toured the Foxboro police station and touted his support for the Secure Communities program to crack down on illegal immigrants suspected of crimes, as reported by the Attleboro Sun Chronicle.
Scott made several local stops throughout the week to meet with voters and talk about the important issues facing Massachusetts -
Scott visited Millbury for the Massachusetts Sportsmen Council’s annual banquet.
Later, Scott met with newly-appointed Eagle Scouts in Westwood.
Stopping in Norwood, Scott toured Home Market Foods.
And in between the many stops, Scott enjoyed lunch at Queen Anne’s in Stoughton.
NECN covered Scott’s visit to an H&R Block on Thursday, where he talked about his bipartisan “Taxpayer Receipt Act” that would give every taxpayer a detailed breakdown of how the government is spending their money.
On Friday, Scott spent the afternoon at Fenway meeting with fans and showing support for the Sox at their season opener. In honor of the opening game, Scott released a Fenway 100th birthday video here.
On Saturday morning, Scott and Gail enjoyed a hearty breakfast at Dad’s Restaurant in Charlton.
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