Both Presidential candidates make a final push here in the Buckeye state.
In the closing weeks of the campaign it has become President Barack Obama's rally cry. "Are you fired up? Ready to go," the President yelled at a Columbus crowd.
The President was there Monday afternoon making his last pitch to swing voters for another four years.
Even though his Columbus stop may have looked more like a concert, flanked by Bruce Springsteen and Jay Z, Obama's message was still about jobs.
"As long as there is a single American who wants a job and can't find one, our work is not yet done. As long are there are families, anywhere in Ohio, anywhere in the country, working harder but fallen behind, we're not finished."
Also in Columbus, what could be the battle ground city in the battleground state, we also saw Mitt Romney Monday night.
Romney also focused on jobs, in particular a man who just lost his. "He worked as a welder for 60 years. but he just got laid off. His wife asked what I could do to help them. And she made it very clear he doesn't want a government check he wants a good paying job."
Mitt Romney has announced he will make yet another stop in Cleveland on election day.
There is also some rumbling that either the President or someone from his campaign may also come to Cleveland one last time Tuesday morning.