Carol Shea-Porter connects with voters in Manchester

Congressional candidate Carol Shea-Porter traveled to Manchester yesterday for the final day of the campaign. She visited numerous small businesses and local hotspots and listened to the voices of the voters.

"It was just an amazing day," she said. "There were so many people reaching out, telling me their stories and asking me to remember them when I get to Washington. They asked me to speak up for them, and that's what I'm going to do."

The day was ended with a rally in City Hall Plaza, where Carol supporters created a a sea of blue and white signs. They held signs and chanted "CSP! CSP!", demonstrating their energy and excitement for the results today's likely historic election.

A few minutes later, the Bradley campaign arrived at City Hall Plaza in a Winnebago. The smaller Bradley contingent was led by a staffer in a blue "Captain America" suit and others shouting slogans via megaphone.

The Carol Shea-Porter campaign is fully prepared for Election Day and we hope voters will recognize the wide differences between the candidates and the kind of campaigns they have run.