Today is the special election in the Bristol and Norfolk state senate district, and I urge you to get out and vote for Jacob Ventura.
Conservatives have a unique opportunity to elect a real advocate who will oppose the Beacon Hill insiders. Jacob is a reformer who advocates limited government, increased local aid, keeping our cities and towns safe from crime, and our immigration system fair. With his background and platform, he is a candidate worthy of your support.
Jacob is an across-the-board conservative and scored a 100 percent on the MassGun Rights questionnaire, pledging to defend the Second Amendment. Our Renew Massachusetts Coalition team is supporting him as the only candidate standing strong on all the issues we care about. He’s endorsed by Sherriff Tom Hodgson and Rep. Jim Lyons.
The contrast in this race couldn’t be stronger, and the Democrats are so scared they brought in Elizabeth Warren in to the district this past weekend to rally their base for Democrat Paul Feeney.
Feeney is right out of Warren’s playbook—he supports making MA a Sanctuary State, and moving us to state-run single payer health care—an idea so liberal and expensive that even the Democratically-controlled government of Vermont had to repeal it. And speaking of Vermont, Feeney was the state co-chairman of Bernie Sanders campaign. You can see a clip of him here, leading a union rally, with violent rhetoric about picketing his opponents homes and “shut[ing] them down.”
Those of you in this district have an opportunity to choose an independent conservative voice for the state senate in the election, to do your part to help put our state on a better track, so please come out and cast your ballot for Jacob Ventura of Attleboro this Tuesday, October 17.
Please encourage your friends who live in the following cities/towns to get out and vote for Jacob Ventura: Attleboro (ward 3 precinct B, ward 4, ward 5, and ward 6), Mansfield, Norton, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Foxborough, Medfield, Sharon (precincts 1, 4 and 5), and Walpole.