Alabama candidates for governor play turnout game
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Candidates for governor has spent $16
million to get voters to the polls for the Democratic and
But the work is not over. Candidates have recorded phone
messages to remind voters of Tuesday's primary, and they have
volunteers making personal phone calls.
Republican candidate Tim James says the primary election is a
game of turnout.
Some candidates spent Monday afternoon meeting with volunteers
to make sure they were ready for the big push on election day.
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