It's the final day before the election and both campaigns are making phone calls to push you to vote tomorrow.
Republicans like Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli visited the Harrisonburg Republican Office for some last minute campaigning.
"It's all about getting people fired up, getting people to the polls tomorrow," said Sean Fitzpatrick, a Romney spokesperson.
Same goes for the Democratic headquarters in Harrisonburg.
Genna Beckenhaupt says Monday has been busier than ever.
"Like I thought it was going to be a Monday so people are at work, people are at school, people are incredibly busy, but there were all kinds of people in here, like we got so slammed with volunteers," said Beckenhaupt.
Tons of volunteers trying to get President Obama or Mitt Romney elected on Tuesday.
"We've made 5.5 million voter contacts so far in Virginia. That's two-thirds of voting adults that have been contacted by the campaign. It's unprecedented and we're just going to keep it up right up until Election Day. We'll just be talking to people on the phone, on doors, neighbors to neighbors, getting people to vote," said Fitzpatrick.
Getting people to vote as it gets down to the wire.
"We're just relying on everything we've done so far and we're relying on our really dedicated volunteers and even the volunteers that just walk in off the street. You'd actually be surprised by how many people we've never seen before but they want to help now because it's right now," said Beckenhaupt.
Right now, just hours before Election Day when help is needed most.
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