With the election only days away both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump scrambled to visit as many battleground states as possible.
On Sunday, their schedules were jam-packed as they tried to sway undecided voters.
All this, while Clinton’s campaign celebrated some good news.
FBI director James Comey told congress that a review of additional Clinton campaign emails had "not changed the agency's original conclusions." Clinton should not face charges. The news kept the democratic nominee's momentum going.
She spoke at a church in Pennsylvania about her fight for equal rights. "It is about building on the gains and the progress we've made in the last eight years. It is about choosing hope over fear, unity over division, and love over hate," she said.
Donald trump was also busy campaigning all over the country in key battleground states. In Iowa, he criticized Clinton for what he said was her plan to cut earned entitlements for the elderly.
"The political and media elite have no idea what it's like to be living on a paycheck, paycheck-to-paycheck basis, not knowing whether or not the owners or leaders of their company are negotiating to move their plant or factory to Mexico or some other country," said Trump.
In Minnesota, Trump went on to say that the current state of the country was what inspired him to run for president.
"Our failed establishment has brought us nothing but poverty at home and disaster overseas. That's what we have, disaster. The wars we never win. We're tired of foreign and economic policies that have bled our country dry," said Trump.
Both candidates are not slowing down as the tight race to the white house continues for just a few more days.
Both Trump and Clinton have more campaign stops the next two days, including in key battleground states like North Carolina, Michigan, and New Hampshire.