BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - Foster Campbell, the Democrat in the runoff for US Senate traveled all over the state of Louisiana on Friday.
He was at the Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Hotel downtown and thinks this as a close race, a dead heat.
"They think that Mr. Trump is very popular in Louisiana and so, they've asked him to come down to make sure they win," Campbell said. "We've been working hard. Nobody's knocked on 350,000 doors ever in the history of the state of Louisiana."
Campbell is a public service commissioner. He added voter turnout could decide this election.
Campbell said he was heading to Alexandria and Lake Charles for speeches, then to his home in Elm Grove and will be ready to vote there in the morning.
"I have a clear record of helping people unparalleled as far as the politicians in Louisiana, as far as consumers. Unparalleled. My record is unparalleled of helping people time and time and time again," Campbell explained.
Remember, polls will be open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Saturday.