The night before primaries has proven to be busy for mayoral candidates and their volunteers.
Candidate Lovely Warren's team took to the streets lined up in a campaign caravan to get their final message out to voters.
"We're just infusing hope into the community, into the streets, letting them know who our candidates are and that we have momentum and there's excitement going," said Ken Sayres, Warren volunteer.
Warren says is optimistic about primary election night.
"I feel great. I believe in the citizens of Rochester. I believe that we can make a difference and change our city on behalf of all people and that's what this race was about," said Warren.
At the Monroe County Democratic headquarters, Tom Richards' camp had the phones ringing off the hook. Volunteers like Joan Gerrity worked for several hours Monday night making phone calls to voters on Richards' behalf.
"If we want somebody with the expertise and the experience and the dedication and the vision to really take Rochester forward, this is where we need to be tonight and this is what we need to be doing," said Gerrity.
Mayor Richards stopped by the University Avenue phone bank to express his gratitude to volunteers for their tireless effort through the campaign.
"These are people who sort of believe in the purpose, you know. They believe in the process, they believe in the purpose and they are wiling to give, as you can see, quite of few of them, time and they've been doing it for days now, so I'm honored by it. I'm flattered," said Richards.
Both candidates say they are proud of the way they ran their campaigns. Now, the rest is up to voters.