Tuesday, Tulsa voters will decide if they want to stick with current mayor Dewey Bartlett, or bring back former mayor Kathy Taylor.
It's been a busy couple of months for both candidates and it's a highly contested race.
In addition to the mayoral election, voters will decide on a $918 million plan to improve roads and public safety.
Monday evening, supporters of the "Improve Our Tulsa" campaign took to the Riverside Pedestrian Bridge with signs and banners to remind Tulsans to vote.
Meanwhile, we're told volunteers with the Bartlett campaign spent the day going door-to-door stumping for the current mayor.
Former mayor Kathy Taylor, campaigned door-to-door over the weekend, as well.
And both candidates have been part of several Veterans Day events in the past few days. Monday evening, Taylor will be joining a pre-election rally with former Governor Brad Henry, who will be speaking to supporters.
As for Bartlett, his campaign manager says the mayor is prepping for his final debate of this election. That, of course, will be on the News On Six at 9 p.m. Both candidates will answer your questions during the nine o'clock news with Jennifer Loren and Chera Kimiko on the Tulsa CW.