MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - The polls open in less then 24 hours, but many of the candidates running for state and local offices are waiting until it cools down tonight to make their final campaign push.
Some of them decided to use some different modes of communication to beat the heat, and still get their message out.
Candidate for Bibb County Sheriff, David Davis, is using social media to get voters to the polls. He's posted the slogan "David Davis, the Democrat" on Facebook, and paired it with a 3-D picture of himself.
"We've put out a clear set of goals that we want to do to secure our future in Bibb County. now it's up to the people to make those decision's and go out and vote," says Davis.
Albert Hall's campaigning for Bibb County Sheriff was put on hold for a family emergency. Over at his headquarters, supporters were busy putting final touches on their plans to caravan throughout the county Monday night.
In the spirit of celebrating Democracy, candidate for Bibb County Sheriff Bill Lucas, called Bibb County residents to urge them to get their voices heard.
"We're making sure that we stay in touch with the public, the voters, trying our best to get our message out, every single vote counts. So we need everybody to get out there and vote," says Lucas.
Just like her brother Bill Lucas, State Senator Miriam Paris, picked up the phone to speak with constituents all over District 26.
"I think it's very important for people to see their candidate, other than on television, ya know, and just to get a feel for what their concerns are and what's really bothering them in their neighborhood," says Paris.
In the final hours, you can expect to see Paris and many other candidates back to pounding the pavement. Several candidates, including David Lucas, who's running for State Senate District 26 plan to caravan throughout the county tonight.