Some excited voters however are concerned not every body shares their enthusiasm.
Normally the general consensus is that voter turnout drops for run-off elections. Voters in North Little Rock who will elect a mayor and city alderman want to make sure everyone's ready.
Dwight Callaham is gearing up for a crazy ride Tuesday night. "It'll be an exciting Tuesday night for us North Little Rockians." He just hopes everyone else has the same anticipation for the local run-off election in.
"I'm afraid," he said. "Normally these runoff elections aren't as well attended."
Going door to door however, as both campaigns did Sunday (11/25), left us with a different impression.
It may come as good news especially for a mayoral candidate hoping to turn the tables after a not so positive turnout for the general election.
"There's no doubt that on the sixth, my opponent did just a little bit better job than we did getting our supporters out," said Mayoral candidate, Joe Smith. "That's not going to happen in a runoff."
Smith stays hopeful after getting just 41 percent of the vote against his competitor, Tracy Steele's 49.
"We even got a theme," Steele said. "Let's do it again."
Both campaign efforts are still focusing on reminding voters in their city that there is a runoff.
"I think it will end up being pretty close," Callaham added.
Early voting picks back up tomorrow following the holiday break with election day on Tuesday.
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