To Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass


Dear Senator Warren,

I am a lifelong Democrat, have been Party Chairman in Gloucester, Ma., and have supported you in the past.

I find myself very disappointed, Senator, as I continue my quest of supporting the remaining fishermen of Gloucester, the Gloucester Fishermens Wives Association, Captain Sam Novello, Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, and others in the industry.

In the last three months, I have sent numerous emails, called your Washington office, your Boston office, and left messages for you, and no one has bothered to call, or answer back!

I have become discouraged that I can’t count on you, so what am I supposed to do?

Last week, I met your opponent Geoff Diehl.

He wanted to know what our issues were regarding our fishing industry, and asked for some input.

I mentioned my concerns, and he agreed to look into them.

These are the issues I was contacting you about.

Two bills that were important, Senator Dan Sullivan Applauds Senate Passage of American Fisheries Advisory Committee Act, and Congressman Young bill HR-200 which he would support, and would support my efforts to create a Fish Bill.

He also asked me to inform him of issues in the future, and asked for my consideration in the fall election.

Needless to say I was impressed with his quick response

I will be exploring my options, Senator.

Sam Parisi,
Gloucester, Ma.