Nov 1, 2010 12:47 AM by Alex Grubb
GREAT FALLS - Democrats rallied in Great Falls on Sunday to encourage their supporters to voters to the polls on Tuesday.
Downtown at the Wrangler Art Gallery Senators Jon Tester and Max Baucus along with other high profile Democrats spoke about making the next two days count.
Baucus said each election is important but this year's is especially crucial to get things done in Congress.
One of the focuses of the event was to encourage people to vote for candidates that will support jobs in Montana.
Attorney General Steve Bullock urged people to make their voice heard on Tuesday.
"Especially in a state like ours, I mean we have legislative races that come down to five or six votes. So, you could actually be that vote that makes a difference," Bullock said. "So, it's important to educate yourself about the candidates and get out and vote."
Secretary of State Linda McCullough said people can register to vote right up until 7:59pm on election night.