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Ward II commissioner candidates trying to garner support

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Challenger Bobby Coleman campaigned at the corner of East Broad Avenue and Broadway Street this afternoon, reminding people to vote tomorrow. He's trying to unseat Commissioner Ivy Hines.     

Both candidates tell WALB they've worked hard during the campaign and are ready to learn the results.    

 "The last eight months, I've gone door to door, nothing changed, my message has resonated with a lot of people just trying to finish up with the final touches to let people know the importance of voting tomorrow," said Bobby Coleman, challenger.  

"I'm working very hard to get re elected, I've done some new types of things, things that I have not done before, working with people to encourage them to get out to vote," said Commissioner Ivy Hines, Ward II.       

The polls in Ward Two will be open tomorrow at 7 AM to 7 PM.

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