MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Challenger Sandy Stimpson was back on the campaign trail Sunday. FOX10 News caught up with him at Sage Park, at the start of the South Alabama Soccer Association game.
"I think I got home at 11 p.m. last night," Stimpson said.
After spending Saturday with supporters at a rally and waves around town, Stimpson was out Sunday shaking the hands of prospective voters.
At Sage Park the voters said there is something they want from the candidate if he's elected.
Bo Metter said more players are injured because of the poor field conditions than the game at Sage Park. The League wants more help from the city.
"I've been playing out here for years in this condition. And the fields out here have always been in this condition. We just want the fields to be maintained," Metter said.
Stimpson came through with a promise if he wins Tuesday.
"They want somebody to respond. The first priority we said was about quality of life. We say that it's the things we do in our spare time our recreation that are important. People want nice parks destinations, that's well maintained that's safe. So absolutely this is a priority," Stimpson said.
From the park Stimpson headed to a fund raiser for the Battle against Melanoma at St. Mary's Catholic Church. The threat of rain didn't stop the event, or Stimpson's campaigning efforts.
"The whole focus is just trying to convince people that they're vote counts. It makes a difference. Once vote can make a difference. So when I meet them if they haven't made up their mind I try to convenience them to vote for me, if they've made up their mind I just say be sure to vote," Stimpson said.
Stimpson believes a lot people will turn out to cast their ballots Tuesday.
"I think this election is the most interest we've had in years. In maybe 20 years, and maybe longer than that, so I think it will be a big turnout," he said.
Stimpson said he plans to go business to business Monday encouraging owners and their employees to get out and vote Tuesday.
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