TULSA - Former Mayor Kathy Taylor managed to grab an hour or two of relative "down time" Monday afternoon, taking in a Tulsa Drillers baseball game at ONEOK Field with her daughter and granddaughter.
She still has plenty of work to do heading into Tuesday's election, which may result in a mayor being elected if one of the five candidates receives 50 percent plus one vote.
It's been a tough three-way race between Taylor, incumbent Mayor Dewey Bartlett, and former City Councilor Bill Christiansen.
Asked if she had one last message for voters, she told KRMG she hopes they'll consider the tone of the campaign.
"Senator Coburn actually said something that I believe," she said. "People govern how they campaign -- and I think people should consider that. We've run a positive campaign, so we want to unite and move the vision for the city forward."
She says she, her staff, and hundreds of volunteers will stay busy right up until the last minute.
"We have volunteers all across the city, knocking on people's doors, reminding them that tomorrow's election day, reminding them to vote, and I'll be out talking to voters this afternoon after the game," the candidate told KRMG.
Nor will the effort end until the last vote is cast.
"The polls close at 7:00 p.m. We will be trying to make sure we get every one of our supporters to the polls," she added.
As to how she sees her chances, she told us "we feel great, but it's all about the voters making the decision tomorrow as to the leadership they want to move the city forward."