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MIAMI (CBSMiami/NSF) — With less than a week left before election day, Florida Governor Rick Scott and former governor Charlie Crist are in full throttle on the campaign trail.

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Governor Scott is back in Miami on Wednesday afternoon to continue his two-week Get Out the Early Vote bus tour.

The governor will be joined by Lieutenant Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera.

The two are scheduled to be at Pueblito Viejo restaurant located at 8285 SW 40th Street around 4:30 p.m.

Before that he is scheduled to make stops in Pensacola and Lake Mary.

Scott’s opponent, Crist, is making stops in Sarasota targeting groups of voters he hopes will help him unseat Scott.

He is scheduled to make stops in St. Petersburg and in Broward County on Thursday.

Their stops come in the midst of a tight race between the two.

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Wednesday is also the last day for all voters to request an absentee ballot for the November 4th election.

More than 133,000 voters have already participated in this election via absentee ballots.

If you are interested in voting by absentee ballot, your request must be submitted by 5:00 p.m.

Those interested in an absentee ballot, can call  305-499-8444 or request it online.

For those interested in early voting, click here for Miami-Dade locations or click here for locations in Broward.

The News Service of Florida contributed to this report. 

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