Capuano, 66, first won the seat in 1998 but struggled to keep up with Pressley as she argued that a young and majority-nonwhite district needed a fresh voice in Washington.“I fundamentally believe that the people closest to the pain should be closest to the power,” Pressley said on the trail.
People who have been around for awhile, they know their way around. They know where all the bodies are buried and they know how to get things done. . . . It’s important to keep a leader, a fighter, and warrior like Mike Capuano around.