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(NECN: Brad Puffer, Boston, Mass.) - This is the last full day of campaigning for Massachusetts Senate hopefuls Martha Coakley and Scott Brown. Both started their days at a breakfast honoring Martin Luther King Jr. From there, they head in different directions around the state, trying to woo as many voters as possible before tomorrow's special election. The 40th Martin Luther King Jr. Day breakfast had a sharply political focus this morning. Coakley attached her campaign to King's legacy and dreams. Brown attended the event, but was not invited to speak. Afterward, he slammed Coakley's politcal speech, saying what she did was inappropriate. <a href="http://www.necn.com/Boston/Politics/2010/01/18/Brown-calls-Coakley-speech/1263836924.html" target="_blank">Click here to hear more from Brown.</a> <a href="http://www.necn.com/Boston/Politics/2010/01/18/Coakley-We-must-remember-the/1263837389.html" target="_blank">Click here to hear Coakley's speech.</a> Stay with NECN and NECN.com for the latest on the special election. NECN is the only place you can get non-stop coverage tomorrow night. We begin when the polls close at 8pm.