Rep. Will Crocker and Others Praise John Kingston's Debate Performance

Kingston is a GOP primary candidate of US Senate...
John Kingston, Republican candidate for US Senate (Courtesy photo)

Boston, MA - Today, State Representatives Will Crocker, Joe McKenna, and Shawn Dooley praised U.S. Senate Candidate John Kingston’s performance in the Boston Herald Radio debate.

"This debate highlighted exactly why I am supporting John Kingston and showed why he is developing a strong lead into the primary," said State Representative Joe McKenna. “John easily proved that he has the ideas, the temperament and the campaign that is most able to beat Elizabeth Warren in November. Massachusetts needs a Senator who looks out for the people, not special interests or political agendas.”

While Elizabeth Warren roams around the country campaigning for president, John has been hard at work making his case to Bay State voters. 

“John’s debate performance proved that he is the candidate we need to shake things up in Washington,” said State Representative Will Crocker. “We need a senator who is willing and able to cross the aisle and bring people together — that’s what politics should be about.”

Kingston focused on bringing people together to find American solutions to problems that rise above party lines throughout the debate.

“We need a Senator that will focus solely on the citizens of the Commonwealth as opposed to Elizabeth Warren - who spends all her time traveling away from Massachusetts to raise money for her personal campaign war chest,” said Representative Shawn Dooley. “John Kingston has proven time and time again that his only priority is the people of our Commonwealth.”


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