A day before the New Hampshire primary, 2016 hopefuls are shaking hands and holding rallies to "get out the vote" in the Granite State.
FOX's Tonya J. Powers has more:
It's time for New Hampshire's moment in the spotlight, with its "first in the nation" primary set for tomorrow.
Many there say they love being courted by the candidates:
(Lady) "It's funny when you look at other parts of the country, they don't even see the people yet. It's nice living in New Hampshire for that reason."
Marco Rubio is trying to gain some ground following Saturday night's debate, after gubernatorial rivals Chris Christie, John Kasich, and Jeb Bush challenged whether Rubio has the experience to serve as President.
Recent polls show Donald Trump with a considerable lead in the GOP pack, while Democrat senator Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton.
Tonya J. Powers, FOX News.