Metro Atlanta elected leaders got together with supporters in Decatur Monday afternoon to hold .
"Decatur is the place that's going to make the difference in the vote tomorrow," Decatur Mayor Bill Floyd told the crowd in the courtroom of the old DeKalb County Courthouse.
"We're going to pull it off tomorrow," said Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, who was stuck in traffic and arrived an hour late. "Not by much -- but I'll take it."
"This is our moment," DeKalb CEO Burrell Ellis said. "This is our time to make a difference."
If the , a penny sales tax will pay for road and mass transit improvements in the 10-county Atlanta metro area.
Money and other local governments for their own projects.
Shortly after the rally ended, at a church in Decatur.