In the final hours of the midterm campaign, the two candidates for the Texas Senate race focused squarely on the Houston area.
Incumbent Senator Ted Cruz and challenger Rep. Beto O'Rourke made five campaign stops around the Bayou City between them.
At well-attended stops in Pearland, Cypress, Asascocita and Stafford, Cruz hit the themes that have defined his campaign in a final pitch for voters to get to the polls.
O'Rourke started the day, with an early morning rally in Downtown Houston and a similar plea to get out the vote.
While conventional wisdom suggests most voters have made up their minds, Cruz and O'Rourke are still trying to appeal to those who might join their effort.
"We are going to bring our ability to come together to bear on the challenges we face," says O'Rourke.
"One of the things I've been trying to do," adds Cruz, "Is bring Texans together to unify us."
Tuesday's vote will reveal which vision resonates most with voters.