The crowds piled in here at the Fargo Civic Center, with more than 5,000 people expected to show up to hear former President Bill Clinton speak. With just a few days left to try and get the attention of undecided voters, both parties are working around the clock until November 6.
The phone calls don't stop. With eight days left until election day, the democratic headquarters in Fargo are full speed ahead.
"We have unprecedented volunteer efforts. Lots of energy this race is going to come down to whether or not we get the votes."
Thousands of volunteers have taken the time to place a phone call.
"We had an aggressive goal when we started. We met that goal over again."
The same goes for the volunteers at the republican headquarters in Fargo. Elly Peterson is one of the volunteers. "We are just focusing on getting out the vote."
The group here knows that with just eight days left, every vote they can get will count. "It's so important. This election is life changing. Getting out there and getting your voice heard."
Both parties agree that no matter which candidate you support it's important for everyone to cast a ballot.
"Folks fight to vote. It's an honor to get out and vote."