For months now, polling has shown the two candidates in a statistical tie, and barring any big surprises, it's expected to stay that way. Unsurprisingly, each candidate holds a different opinion on what the race is ultimately about.
"This is really about jobs and the economy and how we are going to get our country moving again," Brown said. "You're going to have somebody down there who has been doing his job, me, working on the issues that matter, jobs and the economy, versus somebody who's a rock- thrower and doesn't want to compromise."
Warren said, "I think it's about the kind of people we are, and the kind of people we're trying to be.
"To me, it's about this vision, what kind of people are we and what kind of country are we trying to be?"