The race for the Fourth Congressional District seat continued at a Sharon house on Sunday.
Democrat Joseph Kennedy III attended a meet-and-greet at a Kings Road house party.
Residents packed the house to meet Kennedy, who seeks to succeed Barney Frank, who is not seeking re-election in November. The event was not a fundraiser, Chairman Roni Thaler said.
The Sharon visit capped a weekend of local events attended by Kennedy. Saturday, he met voters in Easton, Mansfield, Seekonk, Plainville, North Attleboro and Somerset.
Other Democrats who have said they're running for the office are:, Attleboro resident Paul Heroux, Brookline resident Jules Levine, Newton resident Herb Robinson and North Quincy resident and former Frank challenger Rachel Brown.
Brookline Library Trustee and Patch columnist Michael Burstein has said he will form an exploratory committee to look at the seat.
Republicans Sean Bielat and Brookline School Committee member Elizabeth Childs have also said they will run.