Hochul, the Democratic incumbent, and Collins, the Republican challenger, are vying for the right to serve in the new 27th district congressional seat.
Both candidates on Monday are out greeting voters before attending events geared toward getting out the vote.
Frank Thomas, who manages the Hochul campaign, and says the incumbent will attend a canvass event this evening.
"We're going to knocking on more than 40,000 doors this weekend, making over 200,000 phone calls. This is just one of many, many 'get out the vote' events," Thomas says.
The event is set for 5 p.m. at the Town Hall Plaza in Hamburg.
Meantime, Chris Collins spent Monday afternoon making stops at diners in the Canandaigua area before attending a "get-out-the-vote" rally in Hamburg this evening, says Michael Kracker, Collin's campaign manager.
"We've got lots of volunteers, lot of energetic Republicans that we've got to get them to help us push people to the polls on Tuesday," Kracker says.
Both candidates disagree on a number of issues, but the campaign do agree one thing -- the importance of getting out the vote.
"We've been doing this for quite some time, and frankly, the get-out-the-vote effort that we're doing right now didn't begin this weekend -- it began in May," Thomas says.
And Kracker believes the GOP is really looking forward to Tuesday's election.
"When you look at who's most enthusiastic to vote, I think it's our side. I think the Republicans and folks who really want to see thing turn around are energized and ready to vote for Mitt Romney and ready to vote for Chris Collins and they're going to come out big for us tomorrow night," Kracker says.
Both candidates have plans to vote on Tuesday morning before continuing the effort to encourage others to get out and vote.