Scott Brown campaigns across Mass.
WORCESTER, Mass.(WHDH) -- Sen. Scott Brown campaigned across the Bay State Saturday, rallying voters in the final days before the election.
"Do not go to bed on Nov. 6 wishing you had done more,” Brown said to the crowd.
Brown crisscrossed the commonwealth on a five-day bus tour.
“I'm going to keep just cranking it out and meeting people and pointing out the differences between my opponent and me on taxes, on spending, on regulation, on Medicare,” said Brown.
On day three of the tour, Brown rolled into Fall River and a family-owned restaurant was his fourth stop.
“We’re on our third day. Every place we’ve been has been just like this. People full of energy, people excited,” said Brown’s wife, Gail Huff.
7News spoke to Scott Brown on his campaign bus, where he highlighted how he's different from his opponent.
“I want to hold line of taxes and spending. My opponent wants to raise taxes,” said Brown.
Taunton is the next stop on Brown’s thousand mile tour. And in the audience was former Patriots quarterback, Steve Grogan, who said he came to support his long time friend.
“Because Scott’s my friend I'm giving him as much help as I can,” said Grogan.
Sen. Brown is famous for his pick-up truck, but said riding in this bus not only means he gets to meet voters but be with his whole family.
The family caravan's sixth and final stop Saturday was a rally in Worcester.
Brown’s message was one of bipartisanship.
“Let me leave you with this, I can't do it alone let’s put people over party folks,” said Brown.