Candidates Make Final Push Before Tomorrow's Election

On Tuesday, America will decide who will reside in the White House for the next four years. The candidates are campaigning in the battleground states almost hourly and polls show the race is so tight that it can honestly go either way.

In campaign stops in Ohio and Florida, President Bush told voters he is up to the job for the next four years  means what he says.  "If you are a voter who believes that the President of the United States should say what he means and do what he says and keep his word, I ask you come stand with me!"

Senator John Kerry delivered an inspirational message in Ohio this weekend saying, "through many dangers, toils and snares, I have already come. Tis' grace that has brought me this far, tis' grace will bring me home."

He also recieved an endorsement from his home state of Massechussetts. Yesterday, the management of the  Boston Red Sox announced their support.

Political pundits say projecting the White House winner is a trick and the mystery of the election will have to be solved Tuesday, when voters decide who they want as President.