Anne Holton campaigns in northeast Ohio on behalf of VP nominee, husband Tim Kaine

MEDINA, Ohio - A day before the voter registration deadline in Ohio and Hillary Clinton is back in the state trying to rally support and encourage people to vote.

Polling in Ohio remains very close between Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Democrats believe that the more people who get out and vote, they better their chances are in November.

While Clinton was scheduled to make a stop in Columbus, Anne Holton, the wife of her running mate Tim Kaine, was also visiting the Buckeye State, stopping in Medina to speak with party volunteers and in Marion to visit a phone bank.

In Medina, Holton spoke with Fox 8 News, saying that she believes there is a lot of enthusiasm among voters with only 29 days left before the election.

"I'm hearing that registrations are up and that requests for absentee ballots are up I think people are engaged in this race," said Holton.

Holton is the Secretary of Education for Virginia. She was raised in a political family: her father was a republican governor and her husband a democratic governor of the state.

When asked by Fox 8 what her father thinks of Donald Trump, she offered a measured response.

" My father is a 93 years old and I know what he thinks of Donald Trump because I have talked with him but I'm not going to say it on air," said Holton.

And when asked about her thoughts regarding a 15-year-old recording of Trump discussing how he treats women, Holton said that she believes it only distracts from more important issues.

"I'll just say this, it's just infuriating frankly and I think the most infuriating thing is his insult-driven campaign has made it harder to talk about the real issues and the stark differences between the candidates and who is the person who can most respect women's rights. We haven't talked about climate change in this election, we haven't talked about education - near and dear to my heart -  as much as we should or we have been talking about it but nobody is paying attention to it because of all the noise," said Holton.

Volunteers to whom she spoke said as they canvass the area they are trying to tell people that the most important thing they can do is to not be apathetic on election day.

"I feel like a lot of people think she has it in the bag already and I think when you fall back on that that's when Trump is going to win. I think even if you think she has it in the bag you need to go out and vote, regardless because every vote counts," said Kristin Kolarik of Medina.

"No matter who you are for, we need for everybody to vote, we need everybody to vote and think about it," said Linda Hale of Wadsworth.

Holton also told Fox 8 News that even though the polls now show the race in Ohio as being very, very close, there is only one poll that matters.

"The only poll that matters is the poll on election day, but I like to say this: my husband, he is my best political advisor, and he said a year ago this race was going to be close. We didn't even know who the other side was going to be,"she said.

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