Super Saturday marks the last weekend before Election Day when candidates and their supporters are making phone calls, knocking on doors, and making speeches - all in an effort to get just one more vote.
One of the hottest races locally is the race for the 25th Congressional District. Incumbent Democrat Louise Slaughter is fighting off a challenge from Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks.
The battle has often been personal and negative, but Saturday was all about rallying the base. Getting them excited, so they can convince voters to hit the polls on Election Day.
"I've not seen this kind of enthusiasm since 1986 frankly," Slaughter said. "I think it's remarkable. It's happening all over the country. There will be some big surprises on Election Day."
"Most of these races will be decided by turnout," Brooks said. "So it's critically important that we tell people their vote counts, their voice matters and we need them. We need them out at the polls."
Jason Russell and 300 Republican volunteers dedicated their weekend to the cause.
"It's very important to put up signs, so they know where to go and all of that," Russell said.
Rick Sanchez was knocking on strangers doors to help Democrats hope to contact a thousand or more people a day.
"We want everybody to have the opportunity to speak their minds," Sanchez said. "Tell us what they feel. It's good feedback to bring back to our candidates as well."
Both sides will keep reaching out until the polls close Tuesday night.