MARLBOROUGH (AP) — Republican U.S. Sen. Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren both took part in Marlboro’s Labor Day parade.
The parade stepped off at noon on Monday at the Marlboro Fire Station.
Earlier Monday, Warren spoke at the Central Massachusetts AFL-CIO Labor Day Breakfast in Worcester and the Greater Boston Labor Council Breakfast in Boston. Warren had a similar message at both venues, saying Brown has supported policies that hurt working people, and it was time to send him home from Washington. Brown has said the policies he supports, such as lower taxes, are best for working people.
Warren has already won the endorsement of the AFL-CIO and other labor unions, which traditionally back Democrats.
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