The Iowa caucuses are just one day away, and this weekend candidates are making a final push before voters head to the polls.
Both sides have been trying to gain support along the campaign trail.
Donald Trump is back for a final sprint through Iowa, letting children run through his private jet.
Trump said he needs many of their parents to come out to caucus for him to win.
His children may join him for the final push. His daughter Ivanka already telling voters in an ad how to caucus.
Campaigning on a whole other level, Mike Huckabee said he’s got an advantage over the frontrunners.
“If they don’t end up winning, people are going to say, ‘Maybe there was just more air than there was juice,’” Huckabee said.
Hillary Clinton’s daughter Chelsea is by her side, but so is former congresswoman and shooting victim Gabby Giffords.
"She will stand up to the gun lobby,” Giffords said. “That’s why I’m voting for Hillary."
Senator Bernie Sanders drew a big crowd Saturday night. He said he needs big turnout to win.
“We will win the caucus on Monday night if there is a large voter turnout,” Sanders said. “We will lose the caucus on Monday night if there is a low voter turnout.”
Marco Rubio also campaigned into the night. He complained a late ad blitz from Ted Cruz suggests Cruz is worried about the Florida senator overtaking him.
“It’s really unreal, but at the end of the campaign especially if someone feels sort of desperate, you see these things happen,” Rubio said.
Cruz suggested nothing would surprise him now.
"It has been a crazy year,” Cruz said. “It’s been an entertaining year. But next cycle I’m told Lady Gaga’s going to run.”
Continuing with the strange happenings, there was actor Richard Dreyfuss in the front row at the Cruz event. There is no indication of his political leanings.
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