As the last bits of sand fall through the hourglass, political candidates of every level burn the midnight oil in attempts to get their message across. The strategy of state Democrats literally has gone up in flames. Communications Director, Sandy Abinsky:
Early in the day, many Democrats joined Vice President Al Gore in St. Louis for his last rally in Missouri. The last day before the election was a collaboration by entire Democratic Ticket focused on getting the vote out.
Throughout the day, Missouri Republicans also stuck together on the campaign trail. Ann Wagner, chairman of the Republican Party, said all the major Republican candidates were working together on the final day of the campaign.
George W. Bush finished his campaign with stops in Florida, Tennessee, Arkansas, Iowa, and Wisconsin.
The Secretary of State has said the environment is right for a record voter turnout in Missouri. With a number of critical elections too close to call, Missourians will have their say Tuesday.
For Missouri Capitol Caucus, I'm Rodger Oakes.