I'm new to this form of communication. Did you come to the MRTC meeting thursday night at the senior center? I never thought I would see 27 enthusiastic republicans and un-enrolled voters at a Jan meeting. We gave out 12 regular Scott Brown signs (Hq IS OUT OF THEM AGAIN TODAY) but the home made signs were just as popular. I hope whoever took the sign that said
is on the bus route or at the rally at 1:30 in Hyannis. Though the signs were poster board, the box frame (my invention) will keep them sturdy and easy to hold with one hand.
Hope to see you this weekend
I am trying to coordinate an effort to get a bunch of 'Brown' signs littered up and down local businesses along Rt 28 (Main St) in town, so if you know of anyone interested in throwing a sign up let me know!
Also, if you (or anyone else in town you know) may be interested/available on election day to go to the Town Hall and hold up a Scott Brown sign to show our support for Scott, let me know. I've been volunteering for the campaign for a few months now, and this is encouraging to see others out there like us who are planning on voting for Scott and changing politics as we know them here in Mass!!
If you want, contact me via email (I check that more often):
I am an active member in the North Worcester County Brown Brigade. I am also a member of the Connecticut Line and the Sudbury Militia and Minute Cos., which appear to fit in this crazy tyrannical government climate we have been exposed to over the past 10 months.
Your Humble Servant,
Hi Brenda, Thanks for joining the H-W Brigade! I really hope that we can get some excitement brewing for Scott around here. I would love to pull together some sort of event in town. Any ideas? The town committees seem to be AWOL!