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US senate candidates Gabriel Gomez and Ed Markey making a last minute push urging voters to hit the polls for Tuesday's special election.
But it's well -- and we different.
Democratic candidate Ed -- hit several towns on the campaign trail including this stop at his office -- planning.
The late senator Ted Kennedy's wife Vicki.
We have spent five months building this organization.
Piece by piece all across the commonwealth.
And now with 151000 volunteers.
In the final.
Three days we are committed to having -- really great turnout on election night and we think we're going to have it.
They are really looking forward to a huge turnout -- huge victory on Tuesday it's very exciting to -- the -- him.
Meanwhile Republican candidate Gabriel Gomez dumped in several towns in western mass Sunday before hitting the north and with former Boston Bruins coach -- player Mike Milbury.
A recent poll from western New -- university has the race getting closer with marquee meeting Gomez by eight points with two days left.
A poll numbers move up and down.
I know that out of my people are enthusiastic and I can be more happy about where you -- -- -- you know going into Tuesday.
Secretary of state William Galvin voiced concern that not many people are planning to vote Tuesday.
But despite that both candidates say they're confident voters will be out in the -- -- incredible enthusiasm.
We are experiencing all across the state.
Accuse me real hope that we going to have a big turnout on Tuesday.
We had 500 people down in the veteran Paul -- documents yesterday a couple hundred.
People over insult Boston had not considered a turn I know that our side people are gonna vote for me which is very broad electorate -- -- Democrats independents and Republicans.
Are enthusiastic and we've given them a reason to vote for someone.
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