Republican presidential candidate, Herman Cain, made his way through Warner Robins talking about his vision to kick start the economy. With no background in politics supporting his efforts, some people believe he's exactly what Washington needs.
"I think people are getting tired of politicians, and they want common sense government. I think that's what he brings to the table," says Mayor Chuck Shaheen, Warner Robins
His vision is to revitalize the economy with a 9% corporate flat tax, a 9% personal flat tax, and a 9% national sales tax.
"My 9-9-9 Plan not only makes the most sense, but it also makes America one of the most business friendly country's and our economic growth will take off," says Cain.
It's a concept that's convinced some Middle Georgians he's the right man to lead the nation.
"I think that's one of the things that appeals to me is that he is more common sense," says Macon resident, Roy Barrineau.
Common sense ideas are what Cain says he knows people are looking for in their next pick for Washington. He believes he's got them.
"That's what the American people are looking for, common sense, problem solver."
Cain will continue his campaign in South Carolina, then head back down to Florida. He says he will loop back through Georgia. He hopes to talk to as many voters as possible to spread his vision throughout the nation.