Labour’s East Midlands candidates Rory Palmer, Linda Woodings, Khalid Hadadi and Nicki Brooks were in Boston to listen to residents’ concerns on the Woad Farm estate recently.
The party says it is focussing its campaign on steps to improve the economy.
Labour’s Rory Palmer said: “It was good to be in Boston and to speak with residents on the Woad Farm estate. People are telling us they are worried about the cost of living crisis with energy bills and food prices going up.
“Labour is the only party setting out a serious plan to deal with this.”
He added: “Labour’s priority is for a Europe that works for working people in Boston and the wider area.
“We need to attract more investment to create jobs and apprenticeships.”
They were accompanied by members and representatives of Boston’s Labour party.
Boston Labour councillor Paul Gleeson said: “It was good to welcome our European Parliament candidates to Boston.
“We need more Labour MEPs to join Glenis Willmott to tackle the concerns of people here in our town.”
Coun Paul Kenny was also on hand as both a Labour Party member and Chair of the East Midlands Strategic Migration Partnership.
Current Labour MEP Glenis Willmott, who leads Labour in the European Parliament, is also standing for re-election.