Massachusetts Congressional Candidate meets with members of the Gloucester Fishing Community

August 7, 2020, I had the distinct honor of visiting one of my most favorite cities in the world, Gloucester, Massachusetts, on Friday, July 24th.  The purpose of my visit, during this pandemic, was to meet with several tried and true men of the Gloucester fishing industry, a staple of the culture, lifestyle and lifeblood of this historic community. “Our catches continue to get smaller, while government oversight gets bigger”, said one of the fishermen.  “The industry has suffered strangulation by government regulation”,,,  The Gloucester fishing community must be addressed with transparency, and not with lip service.  Topics touched upon were disaster relief, international fish coming into the States at lower prices than freshly caught fish from our own community, wastewater affecting our fish supply and the impact of COVID to the fishing industry. >click to read< 12:08

One Response to Massachusetts Congressional Candidate meets with members of the Gloucester Fishing Community

  1. sam Anthony parisi says:

    It was good to met her myself Captain Sam Novello ,former fish commissioner Vito Calmo and other fisherman listen to her ,she cares and has my vote Sam Parisi

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