Both of the candidates vying for the governor's office in tomorrow's General Election spent their day doing some last-minute campaigning.Republican Governor Robert Bentley crisscrossed the state by plane to rally support, while Democratic Challenger Parker Griffith traveled by car across north Alabama for his final visit. Governor Bentley told the Associated Press that he's relaxed about the election and believes it will turn out find. Griffith said no matter how the election turns out, he's changed the political conversation in the state to focus on creating jobs, expanding Medicaid and creating a state lottery. A Democrat hasn't won the governor's office in Alabama since 1998. Be sure and join us for special election coverage tomorrow night from 9:30 until 11:00, right here on TV24.