Jeb Bush and Chris Christie are looking to build momentum Tuesday, hoping to win over undecided New Hampshire primary voters and surprise pollsters with a strong finish.
With just two days to go, some voters still hadn't made a decision Sunday.
Both candidates are hoping to sway those undecided voters to their sides. Part of their plans are to attack the front runners.
Bush slammed Donald Trump at a rally in Nashua Sunday. Fresh off a strong night at the debate, Christie continued his criticism of Marco Rubio's record.
The latest poll numbers have Bush at 7 percent and Christie at 4 percent - numbers that have to improve in order to be considered winners on Tuesday night.