U.S. Senator Scott Brown spent the afternoon at the Saint Joseph Feast on Saturday, visiting with San Giuseppe Societa members, vendors and visitors at the famous annual street festival. Accompanied by wife Gail Huff, the Senator stopped to talk to local residents and business owners on Hanover Street as part of a campaign stop. Brown, a Republican, is in a tight race in Massachusetts for the U.S. Senate seat against Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren. There was also some time to enjoy the music of Sharon Z. and the couple also pinned some money on the statue of Saint Joseph. Photos of the Sen. Scott Brown’s North End visit at the feast are shown below.

Tommy Abisso, President of San Giuseppe Societa, (center) with U.S. Senator Scott Brown and Gail Huff

 

Walking the St. Joseph Feast with U.S. Senator Scott Brown

 

Sen. Scott Brown and Wife Gail Huff Pin Money on the Statue of Saint Joseph

 

“Take the Picture Already, Will Ya!”

 

Joie Anzalone with U.S. Senator Scott Brown

 

Shaking Hands with U.S. Senator Scott Brown on Hanover Street

 

Photo Moment- A U.S. Senator Takes Out His Wallet

 

U.S. Senator Scott Brown (center) behind the counter of My Cousins Place with North End cousins Daniel D’Elia (left) and Ralph Verrocchi

 

Taking in the North End Feast Entertainment on Hanover Street

 

Talking Issues with U.S. Senator Scott Brown and Donato Frattaroli of Lucia Ristorante

 

Sen. Scott Brown (left), Wife Gail Huff and Christopher Fiumara

 

Joey at Hanover Wine & Spirits with Sen. Scott Brown

 

NEWNC’s Anne Devlin Tagliaferro and U.S. Senator Scott Brown

 

A First Time Voter Asks a Question

 

Philip Frattaroli of Ducali and NEWNC with Senator Scott Brown at North End Feast

 

Sharon Z Performs North End Feast

 

Sen. Scott Brown and Wife Gail Huff Meet Dom C.

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  1. Scott Brown and Aaron Michlewitz are true “Men of the People.” That’s why they made such a great bi-partisan pair slicing turkey together at a homeless shelter Thanksgiving dinner a couple of years back. They are both great listeners, able to change their minds, vote with their conscience and work tirelessly. I find it very interesting that, in a community of Mom-and-Pops, these two great men from two very divergent parties have the overwhelming support of those who make the Mom-and-Pop community thrive.

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