Dover, Delaware (CNN) - "Can I ask for your vote today? I want to fight to keep your taxes low," Christine O'Donnell told voters as they arrived to cast their ballots at Dover High School. O'Donnell the Republican nominee for the US Senate has been traversing the state today in an RV.
She began the morning casting her own vote in Wilmington before heading south. Three miles away Chris Coons the Democratic nominee walked into the voting booth with his young son to cast his vote. And at a third polling place a stone's throw away, Vice President Joe Biden returned to his home town to cast his vote before a throng of reporters.
At Dover High School, whose mascot is the Senators, some voters hugged O'Donnell and others politely told her, "No," when she asked for their vote. It did not seem like there were many undecided voters here. "I'm feeling very excited. A lot of people were for me and those who were quiet I'm assuming that meant they were against me. But a lot of excitement, a lot of momentum. I think things are neck and neck. I think it's going to come down to turn out," O'Donnell told the Ticker.
She said her campaign doesn't have a number of votes in mind that they need to win tonight against Democrat Chris Coons, who is leading in the polls. "Everything about this election cycle is unpredictable. We had a projected number of turn out for the primary and for the primary we had double our record turn out. We had about 60,000 for an off year Senate primary. We had some numbers and so vote goals district by district but who knows what's going to happen," she said.
O'Donnell said she has been encouraged meeting voters today at polling sites. "Not that they're scientific or anything but the majority of the people we've talked to said you've got my support you've got my vote, you've got my families vote, we're calling for you, and a handful saying a polite no, some negative no's," she said with her trademark giggle.
They are heading south in RV for some last minute campaigning in the southern most part of the state before returning to Dover tonight to watch the returns come in. Unlike other campaigns where candidates wait in the back until the results come out, O'Donnell says she will be mixing it up on the floor enjoying her party.