Gomez, Markey rally one last time before election
BOSTON (WHDH) -- Massachusetts Senate candidates rally one last time before special election.
On Monday, all day, both candidates met with voters across the state. At night they spoke to voters one last time to make their messages heard.
Republican Gabriel Gomez held a rally in Quincy and former Senator, Scott Brown, was there to show his support. Gomez said he is ready to go to Capitol Hill and get things done.
“Our mission is simple, people for politics. And I don’t think you need 37 years down in Congress to get this stuff done. I am just asking for 17 months and I’ll get the stuff done. I’m mission-focused, just like I’ve done my whole career,” said Gomez.
Democratic opponent Ed Markey held a rally where he first kicked off his campaign. The Congressman joined local leaders, volunteers and supporters at the YMCA in Malden. Markey said he is confident and he said he’s taking nothing for granted.
“We have a lot of enthusiasm. We’ve run the bell or called three million people just in the last four days. [We have] enthusiasm like this in every community [and] I’m going across the whole state, so we’re feeling good,” said Markey.
The special election will be held Tuesday.