Local candidates are using the weekend to pick up some last minute undecided voters.
The tight race for State House of Representatives District 13, which curves from Knoxville Center Mall to the Blount County line, has candidates and their supporters working hard for votes.
With no incumbent in the race, Democrat Gloria Johnson, Republican Gary Loe, and Independent Nick Cazana used Saturday to knock on doors and make phone calls.
The candidates are shoring up the base and hoping to attract new voters.
Even though their platforms are different, both Johnson and Loe agree that it's direct contact with the voter that's the key to campaigning.
"Meeting the people in person seems to have a tremendous impact rather than sending them a piece of mail," said Loe, a small businessman.
"It's great to talk to people personally find out what they're about what their concerns are," said Johnson, a Special Education teacher.
110,000 Knox County voters have already cast their ballot, but the candidates say they aren't leaving any stone unturned.
The election for this race and many others including President is Tuesday November 6th. Polls are open from 8 to 8 in Knox County. Find out where you vote by following the link to knoxvotes.org.