Warren Says She’s Fighting For A ‘Country That Works For Everyone’

Elizabeth Warren

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CAMBRIDGE, MA (WBZ-AM) — Sen. Elizabeth Warren greeted the assembled media outside of a polling place in a public elementary school Tuesday morning.

“It is a beautiful day to vote,” Warren said. After, she said she worked hard during this current campaign with 37 town hall meetings and three debates, plus countless conversations with the voters of the commonwealth.

“We talked about health care and student loans and social security. We talked about climate change and gun safety — the things that really touch the lives of everyone in this Commonwealth,” Warren said.

The Democratic incumbent says her goal is to level the playing field for working families in Massachusetts. Warren hopes she is granted the opportunity to keep that fight going in Tuesday’s election.

“We want a country that’s decent and that reflects our values. A country that doesn’t just work for the richest and the most powerful, but a country that works for everyone. The first step toward getting that is voting,” Warren said.

WBZ NewsRadio1030’s Chris Fama (@chrisfama1) reports

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