By Cape Cod Times

A vocal crowd met U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Saturday afternoon as she aimed to bring optimism and hope to a room filled with Cape Codders and visitors dissatisfied with the current administration in Washington.

Warren, who is seeking re-election to the Senate in November, held the “Outer Cape Town Hall” at Nauset Regional High School, drawing close to 500 people.

The event was promoted as a session to answer questions and describe to voters how she is holding the Trump administration accountable while standing up for working families of Massachusetts against powerful corporate interests.

Questions from the audience touched on topics ranging from the rising cost of prescription drugs, to the party’s focus on the middle class, to stagnant income.

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