Martucci's ads and her public statements had all been centered on improving education and improving the district's financial situation until Huff went public with his attacks Saturday and Sunday.
During an interview a short while ago on Fox 14, Martucci acknowledged the change in the campaign.
"I really tried to keep the election about the issues at hand, the change that is badly needed in the district and over the Easter holiday Dr. Huff made it about him.
"What I would like for the people to think about is that tomorrow when they go to the polls that they have a clear choice- that they can vote for me, an agent of change, or they can vote for the status quo, which is Dr. Huff."