What I expect from you is that you keep this renewed sense of community alive, that you see your stake in each other every day, that you ask what you can do to make Massachusetts stronger and do it, that you don't let cynicism win, ever--even when I make mistakes. We didn't build up the grassroots just to win the election. I need you to govern in a new way, too, to make change real. That means both refusing the politics of fear and division "out there." But it also means some changes "in here," within the Democratic Party. We will learn to listen to those who want to help with what's wrong with Democrats just as openly as we do those who tell us what's wrong with Republicans. The grassroots is a power of citizenship all his own. It does not end with this election.