The gist of the letter is that Senator Kerry is reaching out to the People of Massachusetts.
This reason this is relevant is that I was called out by a Commenter
Here I talked about my reaching out to our three folks down in Washington. That was 22 March. It was a follow-up to to this blog post.
So, Monday a week ago I reached out to all three and Scott Brown's crowd got back to me the next day. I was asked by the John Kerry crowd to send down an EMail. I followed up today and spoke to the same person and she said she would try to track down where my EMail went after she forwarded it for a response. It is not in the main office, since my contact is in the Foreign Affairs office. The chain of command there is a little murky in my mind. Information to follow, I am hoping.
Now, with regard to Rep Tsongas' office, I was nicked by one of the Commenters for not working that angle (although I had called down to the office and spoken to a human being):
They pick up the phone at Niki's Lowell office.I admit that I had planned on stopping by the Lowell Office on Monday, for a one-week follow-up, but didn't make it. I took longer than I expected when I went in to work to finally file my travel voucher from January. I will try again tomorrow.
Or would that detail mess up your meme?
Niki is constantly out and about the District and, I find, very reachable.
But, as has been noted, Senator Kerry should have hired the late Senator Kennedy's constituent services staff right after the funeral. But, I give Mr Wade credit for pushing back at The Globe. And, if I am still adrift in April I will reach out to him.
But, in the mean time, Senator Kerry does have an OpEd in The Wall Street Journal. This link is only to the beginning, since I am too cheap to subscribe. Who do they think they are, The New York Times?
I did find it at the Senator's web site.
Regards — Cliff