FALLS CHURCH, Va. (WUSA) -- Only two days until elections and the campaigns have not stopped stumping in the commonwealth.

In the Battleground state of Virginia both candidates are trying to reach voters in every demographic. The campaigns focused their efforts Sunday on the Asian voters in Northern Virginia.

"Jin tien tienchi hun haio," the weather is very good today, says Ben Romney trying to connect with his Chinese audience.

The GOP dispatched Romney's sons to woo the Asian voters at Hope Chinese School in Annandale, Va. Not too far away in the heart of the Vietnamese community at Eden Center in Falls Church, U.S. Senate Candidate Tim Kaine is keeping his campaign going by coaxing Asian Americans to get out the vote.

Governor Mitt Romney may have a tougher sell because of his strong comments about China and strict policy on trade relations.

A women in the crowd asks the Romney brothers for clarification on what some Asians perceive as their father's unfriendly comments toward China. Tagg Romney replied by saying his father supports fair trade.

In the too close to call commonwealth, some believe women voters and the Asian vote could tip the balance either way on Tuesday.

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