Obama and Clinton have been head to head for the past sixteen months. Now, Indiana voters may have the final say in this primary election. Volunteers for both campaigns arent wasting any time, and say they wont stop until the last votes are cast. Last minute efforts for Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are going strong. The Clinton campaign office is buzzing with callers, while Obamas office is pretty empty. But thats not due to lack of support, theyre out knocking on doors. College student Jill Lindauer is the president of Students for Barrack Obama at USI. She and volunteer Debbie Emge are pounding the pavement, hoping to reach as many voters as possible. Hundreds of volunteers for both candidates are out. Some Obama supporters hoping to add their names to the list of 500 plus doors. Clinton campaign representative, Brendan Gilfillan says the main goal in all of this is to get people to the polls. Obama currently leads Clinton in pledge delegate votes, popular vote and number of states won. Thats everything but super delegate votes, where Clinton leads by 14. Clinton made her first Hoosier stop here in Evansville and will make it her last too.