With just five days left until election day, the presidential candidates are in a final push to win over undecided voters. Thursday night, the campaigns called in some big names to rally their volunteers for a final push in Virginia.
Richardson says he believes Nothern Virginia's latino vote could push Obama over the top.
As for the candidates themselves, they remain focused on swing states. McCain spent the day in Ohio, while Obama held rallies in Florida, Virginia Beach and Missouri.
Both will make at least one more stop in the Commonwealth before election day; McCain will be in Hampton Roads on Saturday. Obama has announced that he will make a campaign stop in Manassas Park Monday, his last on the campaign trail.