For many it's do or die.
With 57 delegates up for grabs in the Florida Republican primary Tuesday, all presidential contenders are taking the Sunshine State very seriously.
Last week, John McCain and Mitt Romney were trying to put dents in each other's armor over the Iraq war.
The two also exchanged blows by calling one-another liberals.
Romney also put in a few jabs about McCain's legislation to curb money in politics, as well as his more lenient policies concerning illegal immigration. Not stopping there, Romney also blasted the Arizona senator for supporting energy legislation that would supposedly put a major hit on consumers' pocket books.
Reminiscent of the last presidential election, when John Kerry was dubbed as a "flip-flopper," McCain gave the same title to his opponent Romney.
McCain said that the former Massachusetts governor increased taxes for his state while imposing a large government mandate on a health care plan.
As the two Florida frontrunners duke it out, they remain neck-and-neck in the latest polls for the lead in the state.
Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani believes he can work his magic and come from behind to overtake the state where he's invested a large amount of his time and resources.
Will a Florida loss make Giuliani call it quits?
"Wednesday morning, we'll make a decision," the favorite-turned-underdog declared.
Despite his depleting pocket book, Huckabee has not lost hope in his quest to secure the hearts Florida citizens. His grassroots campaign across the peninsula has recently increased his support from conservatives.
Sources: The Associated Press, CBN News