The race for South Dakota's U.S. House seat took the candidates to opposite ends of the state today.
KSFY News has been following the candidates final campaign appearances today.
Matt Varilek hit the streets one last time to meet potential voters.
"We're trying to keep working hard, just like we've been working throughout the campaign. in fact, it's been a theme in the campaign. knowing that my opponent was going to outspend me, I knew that I'd have to outwork her, so we are going town to town, cafe to cafe and meeting voters face to face," Varilek said.
Meanwhile, Kristi Noem is took her "Farms, Families and Friends" tour to meet with her supporters.
"We're expecting to have a good day tomorrow and a celebration tomorrow night. hopefully everybody will show up and we're asking for their vote today and talking to a lot of people, running the clock down on this election cycle," Noem said.
Noem said she feels confident about election day.
"I'm going to go in the morning and vote at my local polling place in my home town of hazel, go around and talk with some family and some friends and some local communities in my home area. then go wait for the veterans in Sioux falls, Noem said.
Varilek said these final campaign stops can make a difference.
"Well we don't want to waste any opportunity to get even one additional voter. I've tried to run a hard working campaign to show the kind of work ethic, that I'll bring if I'm elected," Varilek said.
Noem made final campaign appearances in Rapid City, Spearfish and Sturgis.
While Matt Varilek made stops in Madison, Howard, Freeman, and Mitchell before ending in Sioux Falls.
Although Noem and Varilek may disagree on the issues, they both urge people to go out to vote and make your voice count.
For those of us who haven't absentee voted, polls open tomorrow morning at 7a.m.