On the eve of the Iowa caucuses, the Democratic presidential candidates were hustling across the state.
They were trying to fire up voters and make one last appeal to people still struggling to make a final decision about who to support in the crowded field.
From Iowa City to Sioux City and Oelwein to Ames, Democrats spent the weekend trying to convince the caucus-goers who haven't committed to a candidate to caucus for them.
"I'm here one more time asking for your support tomorrow evening so we can begin to turn the page and bring about a better day in this country," said Pete Buttigieg, (D) Presidential Candidate.
A recent poll from Monmouth University shows 45 percent of likely caucus-goers say they are open to supporting a different candidate.
"I believe very strongly, and no disrespect to my colleagues who are competing for the nomination because they are friends of mine, but I believe we are the strongest campaign to defeat Trump," said Sen. Bernie Sanders, (D) Presidential Candidate.
That's why these candidates are still on the road the day before the Iowa Caucus, trying to close the deal. That included former front-runner Elizabeth Warren.
"When I made the decision to get into this race, it was about who I'd be fighting for. It's the same people who I've been fighting for all my life," said Sen. Elizabeth Warren, (D) Presidential Candidate. "It's about working families, it's about trying to make the economy work for everyone."
Joe Biden is looking for a better showing than 2008, when he finished 5th.
"So, when you think about who you're going to caucus for, here's what I can tell you, it's not enough to make promises, you have to keep promises, and you have to demonstrate you have the ability to get anything done," said Joe Biden, (D) Presidential Candidate.
Amy Klobuchar hopes her first presidential campaign will make her the first female president of the United States.
"We don't just want to do well tomorrow night, my friends," said Amy Klobuchar, (D) Presidential Candidate. "We want to have record turnout, yes we do. But, what we really want to do is win in November."
Eleven Democrats with one goal: Win in Iowa.