2016U.S. presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton attend campaign events in Hershey, Pennsylvania, November 4, 2016 (L) and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 22, 2016 in a combination of file photos. Reuters/Carlo Allegri/Carlos Barria

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump chasing the last minute support of voters on the eve of the US election. The presidential candidates are cutting different paths to encourage their supporters to show up at polling places on election day on Tuesday.

Clinton headed to Lansing, Michigan, to convince the dense population of working-class voters, while President Barack Obama headed to Ann Arbor to lay out his support for Clinton.

Obama made his closing argument on Monday through a 25-minute speech in front of the crowd of young voters at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He told voters not to be bamboozled by Trump as he was not the person who will look out for them.

"In his 70 years on Earth, the Donald has never shown any regard for working folks. I don’t think he knows working people except for the folks who clean up in his hotels and the folks who mow the fairway on his golf course. He didn’t care about working people then -- he won't now."

He also implored the crowd, saying, "Michigan, I ask you to do for Hillary what you did for me. I ask you to carry her the same way you carried me. I ask you to make her better, the same way you made me better."

Present in the election campaign was University of Michigan head football coach Jim Harbaugh and Clinton's daughter, Chelsea Clinton.

Meanwhile, viewers of “The Voice” on NBC and “Kevin Can Wait” on CBS saw a two-minute speech by Clinton in her final advertisement campaign.

“I think we can all agree, it’s been a long campaign," Clinton said in her opening statement as she sit in a living room looking directly at a camera.

“It’s not just my name and my opponent’s name on the ballot. It’s the kind of country we want for our children and grandchildren. Is America dark and divisive. Or hopeful and inclusive?” Clinton said. “I want to be a president for all Americans. Not just those who support me in this election. For everyone. Because we all have a role to play in building a stronger, fairer America."

Watch Hillary Clinton in her last-minute appeal to voters

Trump campaigned in five states on Monday, including Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Michigan. In his campaign in Raleigh, N.C. he took a darker approach, attacking the media and the Washington establishment. “It’s a rigged, rigged system. And now it’s up to the American people to deliver the justice that we deserve at the ballot box tomorrow,” he said (via Los Angeles Times)

“They say we’ll get a tremendous amount of credit, win or lose, I said: ‘No, no, no, no. I don’t want any credit if we lose.’” he said during a rally in Sarasota, Florida.