Election eve is upon us and both parties are still busy trying to get in their last word before the big day.
Today Texas governor Rick Perry stopped by to share some of his final thoughts on behalf of the Republican Party.
Perry said, "We have sent a message of weakness all across the middle east and other areas of the country because the lack of, I think experience in this administration, I know president Obama loves this county, I know he's a great father and a good husband, but he doesn't have experience to run this country."
Co-chair of the Democratic Party, Karl Castleton, said his party is also staying active up until the final hour, knocking on doors and encouraging people to vote.
Castleton said, "I feel like we're doing pretty good, you know in mesa county we're not the majority, so we're making sure we get all of our democrat votes out, and we're making sure that the people who've said that they support the president or one of the democratic candidates in the past, we're making sure that we get those people out"
However it's not just the parties and candidates who're busy in preparation for tomorrow’s presidential finale, the elections office is hard at work as well.
Sheila Reiner, Mesa County Clerk said, "Over the weekend we actually went over prepared all the locations for election day today we're setting up at the college, I think one of the biggest locations we're going to have going tomorrow is at the mesa state college at the student center, so the machines are being set up over there today."
Officials want to remind people that if you know ahead of time that you can't make it out to vote tomorrow between 7 am and 7 pm you have one last chance to request an emergency ballot which can be emailed or faxed to you.
For more information about the emergency ballot or any voting questions you can call the elections office at 244-1662.