BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - The campaign trails for both candidates for Alabama Governor came to an end Monday.
Republican Governor Kay Ivey and Democratic challenger Walt Maddox criss-crossed the state for one final push for votes.
"I"m proud to be a candidate for Governor and trust the people. They know my results that I’ve been working hard for them. Putting people back to work. So I’m going to rely on my people to turn out tomorrow and vote big," Ivey told reporters Monday morning.
Maddox spoke about what he’d do on day one if he wins the election.
“During my first day as Governor within my first hour I am going to do three specific things. First I’m going to expand medicaid by executive order. Second we’re going to call a special session and we’re going to push the Alabama Education lottery, and third we’re going to end the payment for former Governor Robert Bentley’s legal bills,” Maddox explained.
Alabama voters will decide who will lead the state for the next four years on Tuesday.