LETTER: Scott Brown 'Tireless Advocate for Taxpayers'

State Rep. Vinny deMacedo expresses his support for friend and former colleague Scott Brown.

Dear Editor:

I wanted to take this opportunity to express my support for my friend and former State House colleague, U.S. Senator Scott Brown, in his bid for reelection on Tuesday, November 6. 

I had the privilege of working with Scott for 11 years in the Massachusetts state legislature where he was recognized as a tireless advocate for taxpayers, small businesses, crime victims, veterans, and our military. 

Since being elected to the U.S. Senate in January 2010, Senator Brown has been an independent voice for Massachusetts, and he has been rated the least partisan U.S. Senator.  During the past more than 2 1/2 years, he has worked to support and promote legislation to get our economy moving again. 

Senator Brown is committed to opposing tax increases on any American and to advocate for regulatory and tax certainty for businesses so that they can grow and create new jobs.  He has stood against out of control government spending, and he has worked with senators on both sides of the aisle to pass important bipartisan legislation to ban insider trading and reform Wall Street. 

As he continues to demonstrate, Senator Brown has the ideological independence, experience, dedication, and proven commitment to the people of Massachusetts which make him an outstanding U.S. Senator.  Please join me in voting to reelect Senator Scott Brown on Election Day. 



Rep. Vinny deMacedo (R-Plymouth)

54 Mountain Hill Road

Plymouth, MA 02360

vinny@demacedo.org (e-mail)  

Patrick Ryan October 19, 2012 at 12:25 PM
Sorry Mr deMacedo, I googled Scotts record, Before he was chalanged by warren his every vote was in lockstep with your party, and although I have voted for you in every election, Brown is not bipartasan, of the 40 bills he has submitted not one has become law.. Kenady could work a deal, but Brown cannot. So he is a failure as a lawmaker. I'm for giving law professor Warren a chance . And if she fails then, why don't you run for senator next term. You have my vote.at least you can work a deal.


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