Ohio Governor John Kasich has said repeatedly he needs to do well in New Hampshire to keep his presidential campaign going.
Here's a look at some highlights from Kasich's last full day on the trail ahead of Tuesday's primary.
CNN poll has Kasich at 10%, in 4th place
The last CNN/WMUR poll shows Kasich in fourth place, but just four points behind Texas Sen. Ted Cruz who is in third. Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is in second at 17 percent and Donald Trump is way out in first at 31 percent.
Behind Kasich is former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush at 7 percent. See all the results here
Kasich: 'Everything is moving our way'
Kasich, who has had more events in New Hampshire than any other candidate, is confident he will do well Tuesday night.
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Former New Hampshire Sen. John Sununu says Kasich could come in second. "Even a close third would be good."
A poor debate performance by Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) appears to have created an opportunity for Kasich.
Sunday poll shows Kasich in second to Trump
A Monmouth University poll released Sunday showed Kasich is in second place with 14 percent of the vote, compared to 30 percent for Trump.
It was a big boost, especially since he is likely to withdraw if he does not manage a breakthrough in Tuesday’s primary.
“He’s said before if he doesn’t emerge out of New Hampshire as a strong viable candidate then he’s not … he has a state to go back to,” Emmalee Kalmbach, Kasich’s New Hampshire spokeswoman, told the Guardian.
Kasich: 'I'm the right porridge'
At a town hall event a young woman said she was torn between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. She asked Kasich why she should vote for him.
“Bernie’s a socialist — that ain’t gonna happen,” Kasich said, adding that Clinton would “run America with pollsters.”
“Hillary’s too brittle. Bernie’s way out here on the extreme. I’m the right porridge. One of them’s too hot, the other one’s too cold. But I’ve got the right temperature,” Kasich said.
Bush goes after Kasich in new ad
A new ad from the Bush campaign goes after Kasich's record in Ohio. The ad tries to claim that Bush is more conservative than Kasich.