Scott Brown's supporters, along with several Elizabeth Warren supporters, descended on the Reeves Elementary School today for one last campaign stop.
The senator, aboard his People Over Party bus, visited Woburn for his sixth, and final, stop on the campaign trail before polls close tonight.
Sen. Brown said that Woburn is a "very important" city and that he was optimistic going into the final hours of voting.
He and his wife, Gail Huff, purchased baked goods at the bake sale inside the school and promptly passed the goodies out to supporters outside. The senator also met with some cafeteria workers and a group of students who came outside to greet him.
Several supporters were from out of town, as two college-age men told Woburn Patch they were from Illinois and Iowa, but were visiting and wanted to be a part of the campaign for Brown.
Brown visited Woburn last month and lunched at Cousins Restaurant on Main Street.
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