Brown campains in final effort to sway undecided voters
WORCESTER, Mass. (WHDH) -- With four days until Election Day, Scott Brown is campaigned in Worcester and Boston in a final push to sway undecided voters.
Sporting a new campaign logo, Brown urged voters to “Put people over parties.”
At Coney Island Hot Dogs in Worcester, voters came out to meet the senator. But some aren’t making final decisions just yet.
“I want to see what’s going to happen towards the very end of the election to see who I finally feel comfortable- I have to feel comfortable with who I’m going to vote for,” said George Goodrich, an undecided voter.
Some cited Superstorm Sandy, which ravaged the east coast this past Monday, as a reason to delay their decision-making.
“I’m still listening to what’s going on back and forth. With the hurricane and the debate not going through you know I’d like to see more of what they have to say to each other, rather than what they’re saying on the commercials ,” said Merinda Goodrich.
When asked if he was confident or concerned, Sen. Brown answered, “I’m just myself. I’m going to wake up win or lose and be the same guy.”
The fourth debate between Senator Scott Brown and his Democratic challenger, Elizabeth Warren was originally scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 30, but was postponed due to Superstorm Sandy. Brown bowed out on a rescheduled debate, saying it interfered with his campaigning plans.
Brown headed to the North End in Boston Friday to continue campaigning with former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani.
Mayor Giuliani said his best advice for Senator Brown is to, “Emphasize the fact that he kept his promises. He went on to say, “I came here and campaigned for Scott Brown two years ago and he campaigned as a man who would be an Independent -- and he had been,” Giuliani said.