On July 12, six of Steve Lynch's constituents visited his South Boston office to ask him to join other Democrats in working to close the camps and stop family break-ups. Lynch wasn't there and didn't respond.
This past Thursday, some 70 people visited Lynch's South Boston office - and his office in Quincy - to ask him to say something about the camps and join the call for impeachment. Lynch wasn't there; a spokesman said Lynch has visited Central America but took no position on the camps.
Tonya Tedesco, who organized the first visit, said she and others will try again, this coming Friday, between 12 and 2 p.m. at Lynch's South Boston office, 1 Harbor St., Suite 304, in South Boston.