The star of the Massachusetts Republican Party will be the star at the party's statewide convention in April, the state GOP said today.
US Senator Scott Brown will be the keynote speaker at the April 17 convention, scheduled to be held at the DCU Center in Worcester.
"His message of common-sense, for-the-people government has energized our strong Republican candidates for the 2010 election cycle,'' GOP chairwoman Jennifer Nassour said in a statement.
"Republicans up and down the ticket are ready to bring Senator Brown’s message of reform, balance, and fiscal responsibility to Beacon Hill in November," she added.
Nassour predicted Brown will generate the "same energy and momentum'' that he did in mid-January when 2,000 people joined him at Mechanics Hall in Worcester during the campaign to fill the seat formerly held by the late US Senator Edward M. Kennedy.
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