Nov 6, 2016 9:18 PM
With about 72 hours before new president named, both parties push to get votes
There's just two days left before people hit the polls and both Republican and Democratic parties are making their final push to make sure people are getting out to vote.
It's the last weekend before the election and both Democratic and Republican parties are sending out volunteers to knock on doors and make phone calls, stressing the importance of Tuesday.
"We're trying to reach every voter everywhere and get out the same message. It's important, the time is now" said Louise Spencer, a volunteer for the Democratic party.
"We're just going to keep going until the time runs out on the clocks" said Mike Biundo, the senior adviser of the Trump campaign.
The Democratic party saying that several volunteers signed up to canvas in as many neighborhoods as possible to make sure people know where they're voting and the hours.
"We want to be able to answer any voter questions that they might have so that nothing gets in the way of their opportunity to go and cast their vote" said Spencer.
The Republican party set up call stations at all ten of their locations across the state. They also sent out people to canvas in neighborhoods as well.
"We're over 1.6 million doors right now and we're over 1.3 million phone calls so we're really excited about where we are right now" said Biundo.
With a little over 72 hours left before the new president is named, both parties stress the importance of casting a ballot. Click here to find out your polling location and hours.