MADISON (WKOW) -- With just one full day of campaigning left, the republican candidates were out in the public eye Sunday, all knowing that Tuesday's primary could change the race to the White House.
Mitt Romney visited the city of Hialeah where nearly 95 percent of the community is of Hispanic or Latino.
Newt Gingrich, attended a church service Sunday.
But Rick Santorum stayed home in Pennsylvania, to care for his youngest daughter who was hospitalized last night.
Florida Governor Rick Scott has not endorsed a candidate, though he predicts Romney could win.
"That's what people are worried about. We've generated 141,000 jobs last year in the private sector, but we still have 900,000 people out of work. So that's our biggest issue. I wish they talked about that more," said Governor Rick Scott, (R) Florida.
A recent poll of Latino voters in Florida showed Romney with 49 percent support, compared with Newt Gingrich's 23 percent.
Ron Paul the odd man out, campaigning in Maine this weekend, saying it doesn't make sense to compete in Florida.