The race for the White House is getting down to the wire.
Senator Hillary Clinton campaigned for Barack Obama in the battleground state of Florida.
The wet weather at the rally didn't dampen the spirits of her supporters.
"Let's go win on Nov. 4 starting today," she told supporters in the rain.
Clinton encouraged Democrats not to get lulled into a false sense of security by the polls that show Obama in the lead.
Hillary plans to continue to fight for Obama in other battleground states.
Campaigning today in Tampa, Florida, Obama encouraged residents to get out and vote early -- and he attacked John McCain for attacking him.
"He's been on the attack," Obama said. "That's what you do when you're out of touch, running out of time."
With just two weeks until the election, McCain hammered away at Obama's economic plan by continuing to focus on Joe the Plumber.
"We're getting close to Election Day and last week it almost seemed like there were three candidates in the race. Senator Obama, me and Joe the Plumber," McCain told supporters at a rally in Missouri.
"Joe can actually claim an achievement very few can top. He's the only person to get a real answer out of Senator Obama about his plans for this country."