Published: Jan 28, 2012 11:38 PM EST
Updated: Jan 28, 2012 11:39 PM EST

NAPLES, Fla. - Southwest Florida will once again be a political hotbed on Sunday. Both Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum will make campaign stops.

Romney will hold a rally in Sugden Plaza on 5th Avenue South in Naples from 11:45 AM until 1:00 PM. Romney will be joined by Rep. Connie Mack, a candidate for the Republican Senatorial Primary.

Santorum will speak at the Lincoln Day Dinner at the Charlotte Harbor Event and Conference Center starting at 4:00 PM.

But on this Saturday, politics was only for the "die-hards." Diana Cortese organized a small rally supporting Newt Gingrich.

"We're in crunch mode, we've got a couple of days and we're gonna turn it around," said Cortese.

The Sunshine State's primary has as of late become a two-man race between the Former Speaker and Mitt Romney. Each of them have held leads in statewide polls just in the last week.

"I think people are so undecided, they listen to one side and then they listen to the other side, I think people are confused right now about who is the candidate they want," Cortese explains.

Lydia and John Ryan were among the last of the early voters. More than 10% of voters have already cast their ballot in early voting, which ended on Saturday.

"The back and forth between the candidates has gotten a little nasty here and there," said Lydia, who announced she voted for who she thought was "a good man."