Washington's U.S. Senate candidates spend Election Day eve attacking the Puget Sound from different directions.
Republican challenger Dino Rossi started south and moved north along the I-5 corridor. He began with a morning rally in Vancouver, had a noon rally in Puyallup and a Bellevue rally in the evening.
Democratic incumbent Patty Murray started north and worked her way south along the corridor. She started in Bellingham, had a noon rally in Mount Vernon, a mid afternoon rally in Everettin the morning, a late afternoon rally in Edmonds and an evening rally and concert in Seattle.
You might think that they're finished...but you would be wrong. They'll get up and do it again on Tuesday, with more stops, including a Spokane visit by Rossi.
Murray will be greeting ferry commuters at the Seattle Docks before dawn Tuesday, then meet volunteers in Everett mid morning with another meeting in Tacoma at 11:15 a.m. and attend the election night party at the Westin Hotel in Seattle Tuesday evening.
Rossi has a "meet and greet" at 7 a.m. in Spokane at Frank's Diner, 1516 W. 2nd Ave. He'll be waving signs at an intersection in Kennewick at 9:30 a.m., and meeting supporters in Everett around 12:30 p.m., then attend the election night party in Bellevue.