MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Mayoral candidate Sandy Stimpson was making the rounds Monday, August 26 in preparation for Election Day Tuesday, August 27. While he was mingling with the public sharing his vision of “One Mobile", volunteers were busy at Stimpson’s campaign headquarters.
One woman in particular has been making phone calls for the past two months - more than 15,500 phone calls to be exact.
“I just want to reach as many people as possible. I usually have to come straight from work but I just want everybody to know about Sandy Stimpson. I just think he's going to turn the whole city around,” said volunteer Robbie Coate.
She was at the intersection of University and Airport Boulevard joined by other volunteers and Stimpson’s family Monday afternoon.
Volunteers said they feel confident about Tuesday’s election.
“I believe in our candidate. I believe he will bring change which is very much needed,” said Brenda Bailey.
“I think Sandy has got it right with 'One Mobile'. It's time we get united and change our town. I’ve been here 40 years, and I’m looking forward to some new things in our city,” a voter said.
Stimpson said he will be the first in line to vote Tuesday before going to greet others at the polls.
"We've done what we set it to do we've gotten the message out,” Stimpson said. "All in all, I think we're right where we need to be."
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