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By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

December 1, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Democratic challenger Jim Martin did his own last minute campaigning in this marathon political season.

Martin began the day in Atlanta greeting commuters at a downtown MARTA station. He then traveled to Augusta where Chambliss and Palin held a rally just hours earlier. Martin said he's encouraged by the support he's seen.

"We feel really good. We've had crowds like this across the state a lot of enthusiasm about change about moving forward and helping our President," said Jim Martin, Democrat Senatorial Candidate.

Martin also made a stop in Macon before returning to Atlanta for an appearance at the Capitol with civil rights veterans and hip-hop star Ludacris.

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