Elizabeth Warren criss-crosses Mass., makes final pitch to voters

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November 5, 2012, 5:59 pm
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(NECN: Alysha Palumbo, Boston) - In the Massachusetts Senate showdown, the campaign is winding down for republican Senator Scott Brown and his democratic rival Elizabeth Warren. 

It's a toss up with a UMass-Lowell survey giving Brown a one-point lead and a Western New England University poll showing Warren up by four.

This race is getting national attention.

Warren is ending her day in Boston, but she spent election eve criss crossing Massachusetts.

"No one ever had to ask on whose side Ted Kennedy stood; he stood for working families, and I want to make this clear: I don't want to go to Washington to work for the millionaires and the billionaires and the big oil companies; I want to go to Washington to fight for working families." 

Alysha Palumbo has more. 

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