"We're making sure all ducks are in a row," she said. "We've been canvassing today. We've worked on assembling materials. We've called people and made sure they're going to be at their stations tomorrow."
Mosby said he was calling voters Monday, thanking them for the primary victory and encouraging them to come out to the polls on election day.
Facebook depicting herself campaigning in the Oliver neighborhood.
Sneed, who lost to Branch by 43 votes in the Democratic primary, said by phone, "I'm out here in the field right now. We're still knocking on doors, talking to voters. I'm not taking anything for granted."
Baltimore Sun staff reporter Luke Broadwater contributed to this article.
Election Day information
Polls open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Polling places: Nearly 300 around city. For detailed information, contact the Board of Elections, http://baltimorecity.gov/Government/BoardsandCommissions/ElectionsBoard/PrecinctandWardPollLocations.aspx or (410) 396-5550
Races: Mayor, Comptroller, City Council President, City Council members
Other votes: Charter amendments to put aside money for repairing and building schools, and to lower the age for serving on the City Council from 21 to 18.
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