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Warren Seeking Berkshire Volunteers for Senate Run

Berkshires For Elizabeth Warren
PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Elizabeth Warren, Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2012, will be in Pittsfield, Thursday, Nov.  3, at Itam Lodge.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the event will run until about 8 p.m. The Itam is located at 93 Waubeek Road at the southern end of Pontoosuc Lake. Parking is available.

Her goal is to sign up as many people as possible to volunteer to work on her campaign, attend the Democratic caucuses on her behalf in February, and reach out to friends on her behalf.

Warren said she wants this to be a "workers" meeting because she knows that it will take a real grass-roots campaign to win. In her own words:

"With the support and help of people like you, we'll be able to stand up to the big banks and the armies of lobbyists lining up against us. Together, we can really make a difference for working families across Massachusetts.

"I am committed to building a strong, statewide grassroots organization, but I need your help to do it. That's why I hope you can join me for an upcoming strategy session about our campaign.

"Over the next few weeks, I'm going to travel all over the state to meet with local volunteers. I'm really looking forward to talking to you and your neighbors about the campaign, how important our fight is, and what you can do to make a difference."

RSVP as soon as possible to berkshires4ew@hotmail.com.
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