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By Christian Jennings - bio | email

ALBANY,  GA (WALB) –  Ken Hodges made another attempt to gain last minute voters Thursday morning by making a stop at one of Albany's favorite breakfast spots.

The Democrat candidate for Attorney General shook hands and talked to diners at Pearly's.

Afterward he made his way to Macon to talk to more voters there.

Hodges says it should be a clear choice for voters because they need a prosecutor not a politician.

"I've got far in away the most bipartisan support of anybody in the race. I've got more Republican district attorneys and sheriffs that are currently elected that are supporting me than are supporting my Republican opponent," Hodges said.

 Hodges says this race is about protecting Georgians and as a former District Attorney he's prosecuted a judge, a sheriff and police officers.

He's asking everyone to "Get 10 for Ken..." Vote for him and encourage 10 more friends to do the same.

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