Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) took sides in the Republican primary for the 10th congressional district in Massachusetts, endorsing state Rep. Jeff Perry over two-term state Treasurer Joe Malone. The incumbent Democrat, Rep. Bill Delahunt, is retiring. Brown won the district with over 60 percent of the vote in January.
“I hope everyone who supported me and voted for me in the Senate race will support Jeff Perry and vote for Jeff Perry in this crucial Congressional race,” Senator Brown said in the statement announcing the endorsement. “Having served with Jeff in the Legislature, I know that like me he believes in low taxes, a strong national defense and in the pro-growth policies that will create jobs and get our economy moving again.”
“By electing Jeff Perry, the voters of the 10th Congressional District will once again be sending a strong message to the politicians in Washington that the time has come to start listening to the people once again,” Brown continued. “If you believe that Washington is broken, Jeff is just the guy we need to help fix it.” I’ve previously written about the race for the main site.
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