The two candidates were each given four minutes to make their case at city hall Thursday night in a forum held by the United Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Attleboro Sun Chronicle.
Both won the city's only preliminary election, beating out Ben Dowling with Cook, the sitting City Council President, getting the most votes and Davis placing second.
On Thursday, Davis pushed for change.
"People get into these positions for far too long and they start to feel comfortable as if it’s all about them," he said.
The former Ward 5 councilor said he has a reputation for being reliable and working for the constituents.
"I’m a person who wants to get out there face to face with individuals who have challenges," he said.
Davis mentioned traffic and development in the ward as issues that need to be addressed.
Cook touted many recent accomplishments. He touted the recent emergence of "Blue Pride" shown at the grand opening of the new Tozier-Cassidy field as a "renaissance."
"I have provided leadership in guiding these projects and other issues through the legislative process," he said. "...This rebirth has not come easy and my job is not yet finished."
Cook also said the constituents' issues like dirty water and storm response have always been his priority.
Election day is set for Tuesday, Nov. 5.