Blind music legend Stevie Wonder has just given his verdict on the election. He said: "Voting for Donald Trump is like asking me to drive."
While US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has been attracting all the star power, the word that came through loud and clear from Republican candidate Donald Trump's campaign today was "normal".
Mr Trump was making what could be his last stand, or just the beginning.
"We are just one day away from the change you have been waiting for all your life," he told supporters.
"The change" - that's what his people in Scranton, Pennsylvania want, change. They are Middle America, who want a different US, queuing for up to 11 hours to see Mr Trump.
Scranton is a blue-collar former coal mining city. Ms Clinton's father was born there. He worked in a factory.
It was once a Democrat stronghold, but it has changed. These people feel left behind by the economy, and let down by politicians.
It's places like this where Mr Trump's power base lies. On Monday he visited Sarasota, Florida, Raleigh, North Carolina, Scranton, then Manchester, New Hampshire and Grand Rapids, Michigan.
"You have one day to make your dream - you've ever dreamed for your family and your country - to come true," said Mr Trump.
And while Mr Trump has his crazy supporters out there, many of his supporters are average, straight-up Americans, like Frank and Sharon Minella.
"We are not uneducated - I have a master's degree from University of Scranton," says Mr Minella. "They portray us as rednecks, uneducated. That is not the case."
It does feel like a movement, like a revolution, and it is not based on Mr Trump. It is about wanting change.
Mr Trump is standing for that change, but will he deliver?