Bright ended his “America First Truck Tour" in Ozark on Monday.
The tour visited 16 counties of the district in the 16 days leading up to the election.
He says while others may have created negative ads throughout the campaign, he's proud to say none have generated from his.
"My dad taught me, you never tear another man down to elevate yourself. That's been our policy throughout our campaign, and that's how we're going to get elected," says Bright.
Bright also announced the endorsement of the veterans organization and their families.
Meanwhile, Republican state representative Jay Love held his own rally .
Supporters turned out in full force Monday in Montgomery. Alabama Governor Bob Riley was also at the "get out and vote" event.
Love is seeking to keep the District 2 seat in Republican hands.