MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- During the last weekend before voters head to the polls this Tuesday, November 4th, both Governor Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke made appearances across the state in the race for governor -- doing everything they can to sway undecided voters.
Governor Walker greeted supporters on Sunday afternoon, November 2nd at the GOP Field Office in Kenosha. There, he was greeted with a birthday cake, as Sunday marked his 47th birthday.
Governor Walker says Wisconsin is on the right path under his leadership -- saying more people are going back to work. He is also touting his tax cuts for working families.
"Last month alone, we had the best month for private sector job growth in more than a decade," Governor Walker said.
He was joined on the campaign trail Sunday by Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch and Congressman Paul Ryan.
There was plenty to talk about, including recent allegations Mary Burke got the pink slip from her family's company, Trek Bicycle.
"She was fired by her own family," Paul Ryan said.
"We`ve chosen not to be involved with that because we couldn`t validate that one way or the other. Our focus is what we`re for, not what we`re against," Governor Walker said.
Meanwhile, Mary Burke was busy Sunday rallying supporters in Milwaukee.
"For Wisconsin to be thriving, we need a thriving Milwaukee and a thriving central city," Burke said.
Burke's team assembled to canvass parts of the city -- knocking on doors to encourage everyone to hit the polls on November 4th.
Burke says she gets up every morning with even more energy than she did at the start of this race.
In Milwaukee, Burke rallied supporters and also took some eleventh-hour shots at her opponent.
"Governor Walker has had four years, and he has not gotten the job done. Our economy is lagging," Burke said.
With the campaign in its final leg, both candidates say they have no regrets.
"I'm proud -- in fact I had a bunch of people here today and in Racine County and in Walworth County and Rock County earlier today tell us how proud they are that we're finishing off this campaign strong and with a positive message. I think people are sick and tired of all the attack ads," Governor Walker said.
"I'm the type of person who always looks forward -- certainly learn from mistakes, but I'm focused on how we grow Wisconsin's economy, how we improve education here, and how we make sure that everyone gets that fair shot," Burke said.
The polls open at 7:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 4th.
The Government Accountability Board said Friday morning more than 240,000 have cast absentee ballots for this General Election.