It's down to the final wire, and local campaign headquarters have one message, your vote matters, it's not too late to help recruit others.
"If you don't have a bumper sticker, get a bumper stick. If you haven't gotten a sign, get a sign and put it in your front yard, because Kentucky's election does matter," said Warren County Judge Executive Mike Buchanon.
"Can you imagine what Kentucky would be like if we had not only a majority in the Senate, but a majority in the House of Representatives as well? It will be a new day, and we will move to the top," said Kentucky State Representative Jim DeCesare.
They think Regina Webb is their key in doing just that. Webb says she wants to bring her personal business success to help business in Frankfort.
"We've got to create a culture for business... for best places for business to be," said Kentucky State Rep. Candidate Regina Webb.
Meanwhile, her opponent Jody Richards is pleased with the results of his campaign.
"The response is fantastic, it's the best I've ever had, and I'm really thrilled with it," said Kentucky State Representative Jody Richards.
Kentucky State Rep. Jody Richards. His supporters are no strangers to campaigning.
"We really enjoy doing the phone banks. I agree with that. You have to believe in the cause," said Warren Co. Democrats Volunteers Don and Cheryl Meredith.
"This is the first election I've ever been involved in from the inside, I've just voted before," said Warren Co. Democrats Volunteer Tom Morris.
If you want to get involved in either party's campaign efforts, it's not too late. Both parties say just come by their headquarters and get your signs, make some calls.