The final presidential campaign push is making its way back to the airwaves in Arkansas. Both parties are spending thousands of dollars on advertising to get out their message and get out the vote. Some say so much attention is being refocused on Arkansas because a recent poll shows it is once again a toss-up state. The Democratic National Committee says they`re adding to their campaign with $250,000 in television ads in Arkansas alone. State party chair Ron Oliver says he`s known Arkansas` vote would not be decided until the last weekend. "This ad `Chosen Sides` shows which side George Bush is really on, from billions of dollars in giveaways to drug companies, to financial incentivies for corporations who ship jobs overseas," said Oliver. The Republican Party is playing their message on the radio. Thursday, the Arkansas Leadership Committee, an arm of the Republican Party, is spending $45,000 on three 30-second radio ads to air now through Tuesday. State party chair, Lt. Gov. Win Rockefeller says their message has been out since the beginning of the campaign, their aim now is mobilize supporters to head to the polls. "Whether it`s a dead heat or the President is ahead, we`re not going to win if our people don`t get out and vote," Rockefeller said. One of the Republican radio ads features 9-11 widow, Deena Burnett. Her husband, Tom, died in Flight 93. In the ad, Burnett says Bush will protect Americans better. Another sign that the race is heating up in Arkansas is the Democrats most popular member, former-President Bill Clinton will make his final campaign stop in Arkansas this Sunday.