Republican Senator Scott Brown and Democrat Elizabeth Warren are neck-and-neck as election day looms. Both campaigns are in their final throes, trying to make sure registered voters actually make it to the polls. Warren told a riled-up crowd in Springfield to "get out there and knock on doors and make the phone calls." Brown addressed a gathering of supporters in Boston, saying "Do not go to bed November 6th wishing you had done more."
Meanwhile, surrogates for Brown and Warren got their last minute digs in. Former Governor Bill Weld, stumping for Brown, said it's "man against machine" and that Warren will vote in lockstep with the Democrats every time. Congressman Barney Frank in Northampton for Warren, said a vote for Brown is a vote for Mitch McConnell as Senate Majority Leader. Polls show the race is too close to call.