GOP businessman John Kingston kicked off his campaign to unseat U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren on Wednesday with a speech that appeared to channel another popular Bay State Republican — Governor Charlie Baker.
Launching his campaign in Dorchester at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the Senate, Kingston focused on unity. The political newcomer from Winchester displayed his Baker-esque affinity for the motto “E pluribus unum.”
“If you’ll look above me you’ll see the words E pluribus unum, which as we know means — out of many, one,” Kingston said. “As a nation we’ve long aspired to live up to this saying, but all too often — and particularly today — we’ve fallen short.”