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By Christian Jennings - bio | email

ALBANY,  GA (WALB) –  Second Congressional District Candidate Mike Keown ate breakfast with potential voters Friday morning in Albany. 

He shook hands and talked with constituents at Roosters on Westover Blvd, trying to draw last minute voters to the polls in his favor.

Keown says he feels confident he can win this race. He says his plans include repeal Obama's health care bill and create new jobs in Georgia.

"It's likely we're going to win this thing on Tuesday. I feel like we are. So to come that far just shows the tremendous support we've had all across southwest Georgia. Not just with people calling saying hello but helping us financially."

Last Monday his campaign passed the million dollar mark raised. Keown says 85 percent of that money has come from Southwest Georgia.

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