By Abbey Niezgoda
It is one of the closest Senate races in the country. Senator Scott Brown and his Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren did not waste any time on the eve of the election that will decide their fate.
Senator Scott Brown made his final push in Wrentham Monday night in the final hours before Massachusetts voters hit the polls.
The Republican Senator slipped in to the seat during a special election two years ago. Now he is hoping to get comfortable for 6 more years. However, in a blue state, that means pitching himself as a moderate.
"You sent me down there not to be like the others," Brown said. "Not be some partisan ideologue. You sent me down there to be Scott Brown from Wrentham."
Warren made a stop at a Fall River bakery to make her case for the middle class.
"Scott Brown votes with the millionaires. He votes with the billionaires," Warren said. "I want to go to Washington to spend every single day out there fighting for working class families. Let's do this together."
Both candidates acknowledged the fact that they cannot win on their own.
"Do not go to bed tonight without spending another hour on your phone, fax or email," Brown said. "Do not go to bed tomorrow night wishing you had done more."