MIAMI (CBS4) – Democratic gubernatorial candidate Alex Sink and independent Senate candidate Charlie Crist have been crisscrossing the state on the final day of the campaign trying to secure the final few votes out there before Tuesday’s general election.

Sink has been campaigning with Senator Bill Nelson and Bob Graham in Southwest and Central Florida through Monday afternoon.

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Sink had been to Fort Myers, Gainesville, Sarasota and ended up in Orlando for a rally with Senator Nelson, Democratic Senate candidate Kendrick Meek, and former President Bill Clinton.

The Democrats’ rally concluded Monday with an appearance in Orlando headlined by former President Bill Clinton.

At that rally, an American flag served as the backdrop and Sink addressed voters.

“We need real change,” Sink told the crowd. “We need new leadership.”

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Clinton remained optimistic about the Democrats chances of winning, despite a chilling

“I keep looking for the enthusiasm gap the Republicans keep talking about, and I can’t find it to save my life,” Clinton said. “Tomorrow is about more than these elections… This is about who Florida is.”

Sink and Republican Rick Scott have been locked in a tightly and hotly contested battle for the governor’s chair. Scott has poured in more than $70 million of his own money trying to get into the seat. Sink hasn’t spent nearly that amount, but is leading Scott by one point heading into Tuesday’s election.

Crist started the day in Pensacola before moving on to Jacksonville, Orlando, Fort Myers, a brief stop in Miami, West Palm Beach, and ending up at St. Petersburg this evening.

Crist is behind Republican Marco Rubio by anywhere from 7 – 14 points in his quest to win as an independent. Crist has been entangled in a web of intrigue after it was revealed someone, either himself or Bill Clinton, discussed having Democratic candidate Kendrick Meek drop out of the race.

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Crist and Meek are essentially splitting the Democratic vote and neither can win enough of the vote to overcome Rubio’s lead.