(WBIR, Knoxville) In two days, voters in Tennessee will cast their ballots in a number of different elections including whether to keep three of Tennessee's Supreme Court Justices on the bench.

Tuesday, two of those justices were in Knoxville for a press conference. Chief Justice Gary Wade and Justice Sharon Lee stood in front of the Tennessee Supreme Court building downtown asking for voters to retain them.

The three justice have spent close to a million dollars combined to combat attack ads.

Related: Campaign spending in Supreme Court justice race now in the millions

One issue that's been brought up by some opponents is victims rights. Some victim's families in East Tennessee are worried if the justices are reinstated the rights of victims will slowly diminish.

See: Families share concerns about victims rights

"Our oath, our duty is to apply the law as written," said Chief Justice Gary Wade. "We don't make the law, we don't write the law, we simply apply it as written. And in most cases I think that serves all victims of crimes."

Election Day is Thursday. Polls are open in Knox County from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.