What advice would you give to newly elected U.S. Sen. Scott Brown?
|To not always vote with his party (he did it a lot here). Sen. Ted Kennedy was the most important political friend that people living with HIV had and you’ve got his seat now. Don’t turn your back on these people that Sen. Kennedy did so much for.
Manager/HIV Health Promotion
|Get more involved with the community, with diverse populations and listen to their needs – even those of the voiceless and the unregistered voters. They are the voices that really need to be heard.
Coordinator of Mass Care Program
|I would challenge him to spend more time in Massachusetts, than D.C. Although he’s a Republican, he can be re-elected if he chooses to actually represent the people in Massachusetts.
|Now that you’re here we the underserved advise that you wholeheartedly account for your efforts in helping us.
|Be accountable to your entire constituency.
||Linda Hudson, Sc.D.
Public Health Consultant
|Go moderate. Go left.