BOSTON — The Massachusetts gubernatorial candidates are taking to train stations and local restaurants in a final search for pivotal votes.
Republican Charles Baker and independent candidate Timothy Cahill were greeting commuters Monday at South Station just 24 hours before polls open. Democratic Gov. Deval Patrick was making one more swing through urban centers, working from New Bedford up through Marlborough and on to Lowell.
He was being joined for part of the trip by Vicki Kennedy, widow of Sen. Edward Kennedy.
Green-Rainbow Party gubernatorial candidate Jill Stein had a rally about the same time in Pittsfield.
Pre-election polls show a close race between Patrick and Baker, with Cahill a distant third and Stein in the single digits.
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