"That was a big honor, but it took a lot of my attention
and energy, and I [was] waylaid a bit on the signatures,"
Morse said about his two-month visit to Israel.
To secure the 2,000 votes, Morse said, he has begun a calling
campaign to get fellow Republicans to the polls Tuesday. He
said the calling has been a bit of a revelation for him.
"I've found it's easier to reach voters through polls
than by asking them to just sign papers," said Morse,
who has the support of the state Republican Party. "I've
been able to build a district-wide effort."
On Tuesday, Morse said, he will attempt to get to as much
of the district as possible, including Fall River, to secure
votes, adding that he expects to do well in the Spindle City
thanks to a recent guest stint on local radio and a base of