ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle made a brief stop in Albany Monday, ahead of Tuesday's elections.
Cagle completed an eight-city tour around the state of Georgia in preparation for Tuesday.
During the tour, he spread his message about job creation and education.
Cagle said stopping in Albany is a major highlight because of the work he's done with 4-C Academy.
"I started the college and career academy network in 2007, today we have 46 of those serving over 30,000 kids. And these are individuals that are finding their passion in life and it's so rewarding to see how there being lift out the set of circumstances that they may be in," said Cagle.
Cagle said his goal by 2020 is for all students in Georgia to have access to college and career academies.