The mayoral candidates for Indianapolis got some help from some famous supporters during their final push before the election Monday.
Democratic candidate Melina Kennedy started the day at the UAW and then made her way to several restaurants to talk to voters along with former governor and senator Evan Bayh.
Mayor Greg Ballard and Lieutenant Governor Becky Skillman stopped by a campaign call center, where he thanked volunteers for their work. We asked the candidates what they believe will be the deciding factor in that vote tomorrow.
"Whether people remember four years ago and whether they want to continue to move forward or not. That's really what this is about because we have really moved the city forward on so many levels, on so many different areas,” Ballard said. “I hope people remember where we were and where we're going, and we still have more work to do. There's no question about that."
"I think that the biggest issue is that I have a plan, a vision for the future that centers around jobs, crime, education and I’m talking about the future and what I’ll do," Kennedy said.
Skillman said she believes Ballard’s focus on jobs and the economy will be the deciding factor.
Bayh said he believes voter turnout is key for Kennedy, saying the more people who vote; the more it will help the Democrat.