COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) – Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle landed at the Columbus airport this morning to drum up votes, on Election Eve.
Cagle is seeking the Republican nomination for governor.
Cagle talked about several topics including the economic development in Georgia.
"Before the citizens of our state, we have the largest tax cut in Georgia's history. We're also fighting to keep more jobs coming all across our state, where we have greater economic prosperity, no one is left behind," said Cagle.
He is the front-runner in a six-man field, which means a runoff is likely.
A candidate must get one vote more than 50 perfect to win outright.