By Alana Gomez, WBZ-TV

FOXBORO (CBS) — Republican candidate for governor Charlie Baker campaigned alongside Senator Scott Brown Saturday afternoon.

“Scott’s been a tremendous support throughout the campaign,” said Baker. “And he knows these races are fundamentally about pocketbook issues, jobs, taxes and spending.”

Baker and Brown also joined congressional candidate Sean Bielat at a rally in Foxboro.  Beilat is fighting a close race against longtime incumbent Barney Frank.

Citing similar energy and voter frustration, Brown said Baker’s campaign mimics much of what led up to his upset victory against Attorney General Martha Coakley.

“It’s certainly exciting to relive what we did in January and it’s something happening all across the country,” said Brown.

In the final stretch of a tight race, Baker urged supporters to get to the polls and had a message for undecided voters.

” We need to change what’s going on on Beacon Hill if we want to get everybody back to work and fix the fiscal mess up there,” said Baker.  “You’ve got to change the players if you want to change the game.”

Baker’s tour made stops in Natick, Worcester, and Springfield.  Sunday the tour continues from Chelmsford to Beverly with baseball star Curt Schilling.

Comments (3)
  1. Patty Ann says:

    Interesting that Baker keeps saying he’s concerned about all the people out of work in MA, yet he plans to add to it and says he’ll lay off 5,000 state workers if he’s elected! I am also very leary of Baker after the latest Big Dig financial info disclosed on him recently. He kept saying he didn’t have much to do with it, but now we find out otherwise. I’m tired of the hypocrisy in the Baker campaign. Cannot vote for Baker or Deval with a clear conscience. I’m voting for Cahill!

  2. Cindy says:

    Baker who claims he’s for jobs is campaigning with Curt Shilling who is moving ALL of his jobs out of the state. So how can we believe Baker is REALLY for creating jobs here in Massachusetts?

  3. mikey says:

    Patrick’s support of Cape Wind is the main reason why I’m voting for Baker. Cape Wind just doesn’t make sense, either financial or common.

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