Elizabeth Warren Visits Dedham Square
With less than two weeks to go, Elizabeth Warren decided to take a tour of Dedham Square and meet with residents and local business owners.
Elizabeth Warren stopped by Dedham Square to visit local business owners and residents of the town. But during her visit she shared her concerns about having a Republican majority in the senate.
"If they can get a majority, they will try to denounce [issues such as] medicare as we know it," Warren said. "This is about the people, this whole race is about the people."
Warren walked through Dedham Square greeting residents and stopped to take pictures. She would also say, "we have to do this" and "we're just days away," while giving other encouraging words to her supporters.
Warren supporters were not shy about sharing their concerns about the opposition. Especially when it comes to women's issues.
"I'm for [Brown's] position for equal pay and maintaining Roe vs. Wade," Carl Smith said. "Scott Brown has misrepresented women."
For Britt Cavalletto, she also agrees that the election is about equal rights.
"I have three children under 5, and I think that the government will take us back when it comes to equal rights for women," Cavalleto said. "We need real help for the middle class, I am with this woman."