By Lisa Kashinsky | [email protected] | PUBLISHED: September 21, 2019 at 10:27 am | UPDATED: September 21, 2019 at 10:29 am Joseph Kennedy III launched his U.S. Senate bid Saturday morning in the gymnasium of the East Boston Social Centers, invoking his family’s immigrant roots in the neighborhood while pledging to “show up” for Massachusetts. “This community, Massachusetts, has been with my family for an awful long time,” through good times and bad, Kennedy said. “So my commitment to you, throughout this campaign, if I am fortunate to serve in the United States Senate, is that I will show up.” Kennedy, currently a U.S. Representative, is mounting a primary challenge to incumbent U.S. Sen. Edward Markey, in a race that also includes labor attorney Shannon Liss-Riordan and business executive Steve Pemberton. Kennedy launched his campaign with a roughly 10-minute speech outlining his family’s pursuit of the American dream and how he’s now seeking to help others achieve it in the face of a fractured society and roadblocks erected by the Trump administration.He said President Trump had “forced a reckoning in this nation” that “requires taking on a clearly broken system … that allowed him to win in the first place.”… Read full this story
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