Wayne, Pennsylvania (CNN) - Both candidates for Sen. Arlen Specter's Senate seat are publicly predicting a win in the final hours of voting in Pennsylvania.
Republican candidate Pat Toomey's campaign spokeswoman, Nachama Soloveichik tells CNN, "It's going be close, but we're going to win." She means really close: "it's not going be a 10 point margin"
Soloveichik says their optimism is based on "a somewhat higher turnout in places like Northeast Philadelphia, where there are a lot of working class Republicans."
Earlier today, Toomey was still out on the trail trying to convince people to come to the polls.
He is spending the evening with his family, including his parents who are in from Rhode Island to watch the results before heading to his election rally.
On the Democratic side, Rep. Joe Sestak was barnstorming until the end. Sestak went door to door today, and had 19,000 volunteers across the state to help voters get to the polls, according to Sestak campaign spokesman Jonathon Dworkin
Dworkin predicts Rep. Sestak will pull out a win because they're seeing an unexpectedly high turnout in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Lehigh. These are all areas thought to be favorable to Sestak, according to Dworkin. "We are very optimistic and feeling good."