There's something happening here in Massachusetts.
I see it as I travel across our state, meeting hard-working men and women who know that the deck has been stacked against them for far too long, people who just want a fair shake again -- and want leaders in Washington who will fight for them.
Just take a look at this photo I took from the stage in Framingham Tuesday night -- a packed house and tons of enthusiasm for our campaign's first volunteer organizing meeting:
This is what a real grassroots campaign looks like: A campaign not accountable to Wall Street and its armies of corporate lobbyists, but to working families in Framingham, in Springfield, across the Commonwealth, and around the country who know that we can -- and must -- do better.
The early days of this campaign have been so inspiring, and I'm glad that you're a part of it. But we have so much work to do, so many powerful interests lining up against us, and we have to keep the momentum going.
Together, we can make sure that working families in Massachusetts and across America have a chance to get ahead again. But to do it, we need to keep our grassroots campaign growing strong over the weeks and months ahead.