JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Voters have just hours to decide who they want to be their next mayor in Jacksonville.
"If you're on the fence, it's time to make a decision," said Duval County Supervisor of Elections Jerry Holland.
Before the polls open both Republican Mike Hogan and Democrat Alvin Brown are trying to capture those undecided voters who could tip the scale in this election.
"Typically you have a wider split. Right now Democrats are leading by about 700 votes more than Republicans, which indicates it's going to be a very close race," said Holland.
Hoping to get a leg up, both candidates are pounded the pavement Monday tonight.
"I'm going to campaign, I'm going to campaign 24/7. Working, connecting with the voters, I'm not going to sleep," said Alvin Brown.