The Kennedy campaign issued a press release today about how Ed Markey allegedly never visits most of Massachusetts, featuring what they think is a real zinger:
Strangely the towns/cities of Stoughton, Blackstone, Dana, Dudley, Enfield, and Prescott do not exist in Markey’s Massachusetts.
OK, Stoughton, Blackstone and Dudley are indeed places that Ed Markey might be ignoring (which, and let's be honest, he would not be alone in doing).
But Dana, Enfield and Prescott? Unless Kennedy is more of a Scuba diver than he's let on, he won't be visiting those towns, either, since they were all unincorporated in April, 1938, as the state was turning the Swift River valley into the Quabbin Reservoir.
Maybe Joe's people can schedule a trip out to Belchertown. The MWRA has a nice visitor center, conveniently located right off Rte. 9, where you can learn all about the four towns that now sit underwater and no longer legally exist.
But until they make the trip out there, here's a better list of Massachusetts towns for a guy who claims he will represent all of the state.