BOSTON (AP) — Republican Gabriel Gomez and Democrat Edward Markey dashed across Massachusetts to whip up supporters as the clock ticked down on the state's special U.S. Senate election.
Gomez greeted voters in western Massachusetts Sunday, stopping in Springfield, Chicopee and Agawam before attending a rally in Boston's North End with former Boston Bruins coach and player Mike Milbury.
In Worcester, Gomez vowed to win the Senate contest despite polls showing him trailing Markey
Markey stumped in Lynn, Lowell, Waltham and Worcester.
In Framingham, he campaigned with Vicki Kennedy, the widow of Sen. Edward Kennedy. Markey said Democrats are working full time to make sure voters get to the polls on Tuesday.
Gomez and Markey are vying in Tuesday's election to fill the Senate seat left vacant by resignation of John Kerry to become secretary of state.