This week we have seen people coming day after day, rallying for Clinton and Trump.
It's the battle for what could potentially be a swing state.
Today, Bernie Sanders touched on minimum wage, health care, and societal issues while a packed crowd filled the auditorium at central phoenix high school; and they certainly brought the energy needed.
The crowd couldn’t have been any louder.
Hundreds packed Phoenix Central High gymnasium, going wild as they got ready to hear Senator Bernie Sanders speak.
In just two days America will have a new president; Bernie was in the Valley today to urge this crowd to make sure it's Hillary Clinton.
“And the way I see it is Hillary will win if the voter turnout is high. She will lose if the turnout isn’t high. Let’s make sure Arizona has highest in its history.
The question is could Arizona, a predominantly red state, flip the switch and go blue?
Some say that's not likely, but Bernie supporters say they've got a chance.
“We need all the votes we can get. I'd like to see the state turn blue.”
Bernie Sanders touched on what he thinks is a society run by billionaires.
“And today we tell those billionaires we will fight to retain to democracy.”
Sanders also took many jabs at Donald Trump.
“Continuously insults women and is proud of his assaults on women.”
Supporters left today’s event with what they call renewed energy.
“I believe it’s coming together. It’s a diverse country and we shouldn’t be separated. Come together man.”
“I think it’s really important election… more than any other it’s ever been.”
Democratic candidate for Maricopa County Recorder, Adrian Fontes, also made an appearance speaking to the crowd and reminding them again to make sure their encouraging others to vote too.