The three candidates for Maine governor are spending their last weekend before Election Day rallying supporters and making last-minute pitches to voters.
Republican Gov. Paul LePage and Democrat Mike Michaud are locked in a tight race with independent Eliot Cutler trailing in third.
LePage started Saturday at the Blaine House food drive, where U.S. Sen. Susan Collins gave her first formal endorsement of the governor.
Michaud rallied supporters at a United Steelworkers and AFL-CIO event in Portland. Michaud is also visiting Bates College, talking to business owners in the downtown and meeting voters at Baxter Brewing Co.
Cutler started Saturday in Old Town and is finishing the day with a private event in Portland. On Sunday, Cutler will be stumping in South Portland before another private event in York County.