CHICAGO - Candidates will be doing some last minute stumping for votes today.
They'll head to church, in a last chance push to get undecided voters.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was out meeting voters in Bronzeville yesterday.
"I often say the election is just not about the next four years, it's about the next generation," Emanuel said.
A Tribune poll shows him with a solid lead heading into Tuesday's election.
But this weekend, each candidate has a last chance to push their agenda.
The mayor's closest competitor in that Tribune poll is Jesus "Chuy" Garcia.
"I want to be mayor of Chicago to redirect resources in a new direction that emphasizes strategically investing in Chicagos neighborhoods," Garcia said.
Garcia joined fellow candidates Doc Walls, Bob Fioretti and Willie Wilson at a candidate's forum yesterday.
"I am not in favor of raising any taxes on anything how can you raise taxes on people don't have homes or food to eat," said Willie Wilson.
"I, as the mayor of the city of Chicago, will not tolerate police abusing their authority under any circumstance. I will not stand for it!" said William "Dock" Walls.
And Ald. Bob Fioretti talked about police overtime.
"If we are going to use overtime let's use it making sure our kids our involved and let's hire our officers to become coaches," he said.
The election is Tuesday.