Final campaign push before election day Election day is Tuesday and both President Obama and Mitt Romney are campaigning at a fever pitch.
Sleep is now a luxury for both of these guys.
President Obama attended a late night rally in Colorado.
"I know a bunch of you have already voted, but if you haven't there's still time."
And all of those early voters, perhaps 30 million of them, could be the real wild card this time around. Plenty of questions though -- will Romney's post-debate momentum carry the day? Will the President's handling of the Consulate attack in Libya sway any undecideds?
Or did Superstorm Sandy hit a reset button on a race that remains within the margin of error nationally?
"Well, these polls are like nailing jell-o to a tree, the polls are all over the place and you're going to see polls different in each state by each day," said Romney campaign political director Rich Beeson on FOX News Sunday.
In fact, the Romney campaign thinks Pennsylvania with its 20 electoral votes -- is now in play. Gov. Romney was there on Sunday.
"We journey far and wide for America's future, now we're almost home, one final push will get us there."
The Obama campaign says Romney is playing defense.
"They have tried to expand the map because they know that in the states like Ohio, where they have to win, no Republican has ever been elected without carrying the state of Ohio," said Obama campaign senior adviser David Axelrod.