Warren rallies with John Kerry across Mass.
HYANNIS, Mass. (WHDH) -- Elizabeth Warren rallied with her family and big political guns Sunday as her campaign enters the final stretch before Election Day.
After visiting five churches Sunday morning, Warren and Sen. John Kerry showed up in Braintree with a plan.
"Continue to explain to people to why it is so critical to have Elizabeth Warren in the United States Senate,” said Kerry.
The senior senator spoke to a crowd of Warren supporters.
“She's not a Republican and what I mean by that, she's not playing God,” said a supporter.
Labor and grass roots organizing have been very strong throughout the 63-year-old's fight for the senate. She doesn’t use the ‘victory’ word, but she's feeling pretty good.
“I’m excited about this. I just feel the energy out here. We’re gonna do this,” said Warren.
From the looks of this rally, supporters believe it too.
“I've been middle class my whole life and it needs to get better so I want that to get better for my son too,” said a Warren supporter.
Warren also strategically name-dropped at her rally.
"I got a phone call a little while ago from a guy on Air Force One. He had two messages. The first one was that he said, ‘this race is important,’ and I said ‘we get it,’ and the second is he said, ‘we gotta do this,’ and I said ‘yes,’” said Warren.
The constant theme at the rallies is that whoever gets elected to the senate from Massachusetts could be the determining factor of who controls the senate next year.