Local campaign offices step up effort on final day
If you have a land line there's a good chance you received a call, or even a knock on your door from one of our local campaign headquarters today. Video by ktnv.comvideo
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- If you have a land line there's a good chance you received a call or even a knock on your door from one of our local campaign headquarters today.
That's because both campaigns have made it clear Nevada is a state they want to win and today they're pulling out all the stops to get it done.
“We're pleased as to where we are now, but tomorrow is a big push,” said Aoife McCarthy spokesperson for the Obama Nevada Campaign.
Packed into small rooms, each in front of a phone, volunteers spent the day making last minute pitches to potential voters.
Both sides say they're happy with large amount of people who have already voted, but now that the window for early voting has closed, the campaigns have begun to change their strategies.
“One thing that we know, is that our supporters tend to vote on election day and a little bit later on in the process,” said Romney Nevada Campaign spokesman Mason Harrison.
Both local offices sent hundreds of volunteers out knocking on doors, speaking to voters face to face one last time, hoping to convince them that their candidate is the right guy for the job.
Even though tomorrow is Election Day, neither campaign has plans to slow down. Both offices say they'll be sending volunteers out again tomorrow, to knock on doors, and drum up any last minute support for their candidate.