Mon., August 9, 2010 1:45pm (EDT)

Deal Makes Final Multi-city Push
By Josephine Bennett
Updated: 4 years ago

MACON, Ga.  —  
photo of gubernatorial candidate Nathan Deal (photo courtesy Deal campaign)
photo of gubernatorial candidate Nathan Deal (photo courtesy Deal campaign)
While Karen Handel attends a rally with Sarah Palin, Nathan Deal is spending his final day of campaigning on a seven-city tour of the state.

Deal is flying all over Georgia visiting Atlanta, Columbus, Albany, Macon, Savannah, Augusta and Gainesville. His campaign is also making telephone calls to 1.7-million Republican voters.

Brian Robinson is with the Deal campaign. He says the former congressman wants voters outside the perimeter to know that he rejects the idea of “two Georgia’s,” Atlanta and everyone else.

“I think that voters in Middle Georgia and then South Georgia need to know that there is only one Republican candidate in this race who is coming to see them today.”

Robinson says the campaign is making a tremendous effort to get out the vote and when it comes down to who wins; it will be all about voter turnout.