In the last 11 days of the campaign, the candidates for Georgia governor are making as many stops as they can to encourage their voters to get to the polls. Friday, Democratic candidate Stacy Abrams made a stop at a Get Out the Vote Rally at the community center at the Boys and Girls Club. She was greeted on arrival by Lynn Hill, the Walton County Board of Education member who represents District 1. Hill said he was excited that Abrams had chosen to make a stop in Walton County.
Lt. Governor Candidate Sarah Riggs Amico also made a stop in Walton County Friday during the Get Out the Vote Rally.
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On Monday, Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp, as well as several other candidates, will have a Get Out the Vote Rally in Monroe at the farm of Walton County Republican Party Chairman Roy Roberts.