Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump delivered their closing messages Monday as they rounded up their campaigns before Election Day.
"Tomorrow is the election, but that is just the beginning," Clinton said at a campaign rally in Pittsburgh. "We have to heal this country. We have to bring people together, to listen and respect each other."
Clinton's remarks came on the final day of what has been a dark and vitriolic presidential campaign.
"It's been some campaign. It's been some campaign," Trump said after taking the stage in Sarasota, Florida. "They say it's the single greatest movement in the history of this country ... that's quite an honor."
The Republican nominee used his campaigning Monday to reflect on his candidacy and the lasting impact he believes he's accomplished in bringing attention to the "rigged system."
Trump expressed hope that his campaign would triumph Tuesday, predicting with characteristic bravado victories in blue states like Michigan, Minnesota and Pennsylvania, where he is hoping white working class voters will turn out in droves. He also predicted women, too, would turn out in droves to support him Tuesday, despite a candidacy marred by sexual assault allegations and a 2005 tape in which he bragged about sexually assaulting women.
Meanwhile, Clinton made four stops throughout Monday — including a large evening rally with President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama in Philadelphia — and focused on get-out-the-vote initiatives.
Just hours ahead of Election Day, Clinton stressed the importance of heading to the ballot box Tuesday for those who have not yet voted.
With a renewed sense of urgency, Clinton said voting tomorrow is a "vote for yourself, vote for your family, vote for your futures."
Clinton even urged voters that confront long lines Tuesday: "Please wait."
"In early voting, we have had people waiting in line for two and three hours," she said. "And there have been reporters and others going up and down the line asking people, all kinds of Americans, not one type, all types, 'Why are you here?' 'Because my future depends on it,' they say."
Yet Trump marked his last day of campaigning by serving up some of the vintage, crowd-pleasing riffs that have long been staples of his off-the-cuff campaigning, like his idealistic and humorous vision of a Trump-run country.
"We will start winning again and winning like you've never seen before. I'll tell you, we're gonna win again," Trump said. "In fact, the people of Florida may get tired of it. You may say, 'Oh, this guy, he wins too much, we can't take it. He wins too much.'"