(FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) – Democrat Elizabeth Warren seems optimistic, but at the same time her campaign is taking nothing for granted. It was evident by her packed schedule.
On Monday evening, Warren took the stage in West Roxbury and stood before a crowd of cheering supporters.
It's her campaign's final rally before Election Day arrives on Tuesday, and while her stump speech is largely the same as it has been, there is a new sense of urgency in her voice.
The message? Warren is pushing voters to get out to the polls.
"It all comes down to tomorrow," she repeated to voters in Framingham.
Warren began her day with an interview on the FOX 25 Morning News. She spent the day crisscrossing parts of Massachusetts, stopping in cities from Worcester to Fall River.
In Dorchester, Warren campaigned alongside former Rep. Patrick Kennedy and Ted Kennedy, Jr., both sons of the late Ted Kennedy.
"He would be proud and honored to know someone of Elizabeth Warren's caliber is putting her name forward to represent the people of Massachusetts," Ted Kennedy, Jr. said to the crowd of supporters.
The race between Warren and Republican incumbent U.S. Sen. Scott Brown is the number one Senate race in the county. More than $68 million has been spent by both candidates.
Warren will vote early Tuesday morning in Cambridge.
So far, voter turnout is expected to be high, possibly even higher than the 2008 presidential election.
Heavy turnout typically favors Democratic candidates.