Chicago mayoral candidates rally voters before Tuesday election

It's the final push before Tuesday’s historic election and mayoral candidates Lori Lightfoot and Toni Preckwinkle took their message to the streets, inspiring voters on the last weekend before election day.

One person who think Toni Preckwinkle should have a different title include Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White.

 “We want to make sure that we make her the Mayor of the City of Chicago,” said White.

At Greater Rock Missionary Baptist Church, White noted he and Toni Preckwinkle both served the public as teachers, before going into public office.

"And now for the last eight and a half years as President of the Cook County Board and that’s a very different path than my opponent. I’ve spent my life as a public servant,” added Preckwinkle.

Lori Lightfoot offering up some inspiration on the campaign trail Sunday.

 “We must do our work. We must knock on every door (yes),” said Lightfoot.  “South side, west side, north side, people are really excited about the prospects of taking our city back from a corrupt political machine.”

Congresswoman Robin Kelly, urged Lightfoot supporters to do all they can in the final two days. “She is the change that we are seeking.”

Both candidates can agree it's all about the vote. Early voting has so far been low. The candidates are hoping for good weather and a good turnout on Tuesday.