Bright's opponent, Martha Roby, is also making her final campaign rounds before the general election.
She and Senator Jeff Sessions stopped by Dothan’s GOP office today to urge people to vote.
During the meeting Roby reminded her supporters of her platform.
"Government does not create jobs. The private sector does. That is what has made this country so great and this job killing legislation that's being handed down to us by this congress, we've had enough. We don't need a congress lecturing us on what they think we need. We need a congress that will listen to us and that is the commitment that I give to you,” said District 2 Congressional Candidate Martha Roby.
Roby says she is also listed in the phone book and is accessible to the district she hopes to represent.
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