Representative Geoff Diehl, candidate for U.S. Senate, announced that he has received the endorsement of the Watertown Republican Town Committee, according to a press release from Diehl’s campaign.
“I am pleased that the Watertown Republican Town Committee will be supporting my candidacy for the Senate. Their support shows our growing movement,” said Diehl.
“We have worked with Geoff Diehl for years. We were proud to stand with him on the successful effort to repeal automatic gas tax hikes – saving taxpayers $2 billion. Geoff is a proven leader which is rare in this day and age. Our committee is fully committed to his candidacy for the U.S. Senate,” said John DiMascio, Chairman of the Watertown Republican Town Committee. “Geoff knows how to defeat the special interest groups and the insiders. He is the only candidate who can defeat Elizabeth Warren.”
The Watertown Republican Town Committee is sending 14 delegates to the April 28th Republican Convention in Worcester.
“We look forward to casting all of our votes for Geoff Diehl for U.S. Senate,” added DiMascio. “Our plan is to deliver Watertown for Diehl not only at the convention, but also next September and November.”
DiMascio heads one of the most active town committees in the state. During the repeal effort for automatic gas tax hikes, the committee collected over 4,000 signatures to get the question on the ballot.
“Warren has failed to help Massachusetts taxpayers. We need a Senator who will stand up for the hard working people of Massachusetts. While other people have focused on putting money in their wallets, I have focused on putting money into your wallet,” added Diehl.
“Massachusetts is too great for a part-time Senator. We need a Senator who will focus on the citizens of the Commonwealth,” said Diehl. “From the time you wake up in the morning and until you go to bed in the evening you should be working to help the people of Massachusetts. I think people should come first ahead of oneself. Our Senator needs to do their job by putting you first!”
Diehl is disappointed with Senator Warren who is more focused on her national profile rather than working in the best interest of Massachusetts. One key example of this, Diehl pointed out, was how she voted against the 21st Century Cures Act.
“If she cared about our state, she wouldn’t have voted against a bipartisan measure to promote medical innovation and the development of new treatments for cancer and other diseases. Massachusetts is a medical research leader and she still voted against the bill,” said Diehl. “Moreover, Warren would not have voted to shutdown government.”