Tim Walz and Jeff Johnson make their final pitches on WCCO Radio

"It's really about just making sure they are motivated to vote."

Susie Jones
November 05, 2018 - 2:46 pm

(Photo by Anthony Souffle/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS/Sipa USA)


On the day before the election, both of Minnesota's candidates for governor called into the Chad Hartman show as they made a final push to rally their bases and urge people to turn out and vote on Tuesday. 

Republican Jeff Johnson spent the day flying around the state, 

"You know it's the easiest part of the campaign, he told Hartman. "There's no strategy making decisions left, we've raised all the money we're going to raise, and nothing bad is probably going to fall from the sky, so you just travel around the state and talk to people."

Johnson called into the show from Morris, Minnesota, one of many stops he made Monday.

You can hear his interview here: 

The DFL party has been touring the state on a bus, which stopped in Minneapolis on Monday trying to get people fired up about tomorrow's election.

Democrat Tim Walz is running against Johnson. 

"We know what the number of votes we need is,  and we know where they are at," he told Hartman. "And it's really about just making sure they are motivated to vote."

You can hear the interview here:

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