With just a few days left until election day some of the candidates battling to become Maine’s next governor hit the road trying to convince undecided voters that they’re the right person for the job. The republican nominee, Waterville mayor Paul LePage, was at Dysarts restaurant in Hermon shaking hands with some of the diners. Lepage holds a slim lead over independent eliot cutler who is coming up in the latest polling numbers.Despite being in the lead, LePage says he doesn’t pay attention to polls…he’s focused on tuesday night’s election results. LePage says he’s trying to energize people to get out and vote on Tuesday. “The most important thing is that the next Governor needs to reach both sides and try to get everybody into the middle so we can govern this state and govern this state for the people because that’s what the people want,” LePage said. “It’s tough out there. It’s not only tough in the country but when you’re dead last in business climate it’s time to do something.”LePage has received endorsements from senators Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins, as well as several other groups and organizations. He says regardless of how election night goes, after 15 months on the campaign trail, he’s looking forward to getting a good night’s sleep.