Published: Nov 02, 2010 2:55 PM EDT
Updated: Nov 02, 2010 12:58 AM EDT

NAPLES, Fla. - Hundreds gathered in Cambier Park in Naples to hear hometown Republican Governor candidate Rick Scott give his last speech before Election Day.

Scott spent the first minutes of his speech reminding the crowd of elections lost by less than 500 votes. He says people took it for granted their candidate would win.

Many in the crowd say they're not concerned, and tell WINK News it's the business man in Scott that has held their attention since he first entered the race.

"Anyone in Washington has never run a business, has never run a payroll, they've done nothing. They don't balance a checkbook like you and I do at the kitchen table," voter Mary Ann Pawlick says.

Scott plans to vote first thing in Naples and then hit the road and visit some other cities before celebrating what he says will be a victory party in Fort Lauderdale Tuesday night.