Warren hits campaign trail in final weekend
LOWELL, Mass. (WHDH) -- Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren made the rounds Friday to kick off the final weekend before the election on Tuesday.
Warren began her day with a meet and greet in Cambridge. She said it’s her favorite part of the campaign.
“It’s a little like a family reunion. Lots of hugs and lots of pictures,” Warren said.
On Friday that “family” stretched from Cambridge to Woburn, then to Wellesley, where women were the face of her campaign and republican’s the enemy.
“If you think what some of these men think about rape, then how can we possibly think we are going to continue to get to choose what we do with our own bodies,” said Joy Emerson Brewer, a Warren supporter.
Warren said she is not a politician, yet like most others she stayed on message defining her opponent as the rich man’s candidate and herself as a supporter of the middle class.
“I have no doubt that Scott Brown is a good father. I have no doubt that he is a good husband, but when he goes to Washington his vote affect all of us,” said Warren.
The Harvard professor reached out to everyone hoping to grab their votes as well as their hearts.
“She’s going to help me, like me, I’m middle class I know she’s going to be for the middle class people. She’s going to be there for the poor people. We are looking for the victor,” said Patrick Francis Nkuuusa, a Warren supporter.
Warren’s final stop on Friday’s campaign trail was at the West End Gym in Lowell, the home of trainer Mickey Warn, who endorsed Warren and did some advertisements for her.
Many of the cities and towns she visited Friday are democratic strong holds, others with many undecided voters. She will be crisscrossing the state through the weekend.