Brown crisscrosses state to sway undecided voters
WALTHAM, Mass. (WHDH) -- Sen. Scott Brown made eight stops in Mass. on Sunday, logging over a thousand miles on his campaign bus over the past few days in a final push to meet as many voters as possible.
It was breakfast with Brown at Mul's Diner in South Boston where the republican senator received support from the other side of the aisle, former Boston mayor and democrat, Ray Flynn.
A crowd of nearly 800 packed Faneuil Hall for a rally and comedian Lenny Clarke led the charge.
“Two years ago we shocked the country and two nights from now we’re gonna shock the world,” shouted Clarke.
Brown campaigned with his family by his side was joined by former Mass. governor, William Weld.
“There is someone who is my idea of a United States senator and a very fine one and that’s the United States Senator Scott Brown,” said Weld to the crowd.
Brown said he knows he is in a tight race, but that he is the candidate that can bring people together.
“We’ve got the people’s army defending the people’s seat. And I need you to get out, I need you to work until 8:01 on Tuesday,” said Brown.
Brown’s whirlwind day of campaigning took him to Quincy to speak to seniors and Brockton to attend a rally at the high school with the family of Rocky Marcianno. Later in the day, he tried to sway undecided voters in Needham.
Finally, Brown wrapped up the day by having dinner with supporters at The Chateau in Waltham.
With a jam packed schedule, Brown said he’ll sleep when he’s dead. Brown will continue campaigning on Monday into election eve.