With less than 24 hours left before Houstonians head to the polls, three of the mayoral hopefuls made last minute attempts to sway voters.
At Peter Brown's campaign office, volunteers prepared signs while candidate himself placed calls to potential voters.
"In general, our entire campaign is going very well, very positive about reaching out all across the city," said City Councilman, Peter Brown.
In the Heights, Annise Parker thanked a group of volunteers.
"This is the last time we are going to do block walking for this election," she told them.
She and her volunteer hit the streets and phones to encourage residents to head to the polls on Tuesday.
"For this last day and a half, I am focused on outreach to my voters, my people, my volunteers," said Parker.
Meanwhile, Gene Locke made it a family affair during final push over the phone with all five of his children, his wife, and his mother calling registered voters asking them to cast their ballot for Locke.
"We're calling Houstonians encouraging them to go vote, telling them who I am, telling them my vision for the city, and asking them to vote for Gene Locke," said the former City Attorney.
So far, more than 80,000 early votes have been cast. The Harris County Clerk's estimates another 220,000 will vote on Tuesday, numbers that indicate lower voter turnout.
"It is a little bit of a concern just from the point of view of the democratic process," said Brown.
"It's a little sad to see that it is going to be a low turn out, but I don't think it is going to effect my campaign either way," said Parker.
"I think it is a concern, its always a concern when people don't exercise the privilege of voting," said Locke.
On Tuesday, the polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. with all of the candidates vowing to campaign up until the very end.