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Travis Childers makes one last stop in Pine Belt before election

 Travis Childers made one final stop in the Pine Belt Monday, encouraging voter support before the election.

The Democratic candidate in the Senatorial race made several stops across the state Monday. 

"We're in the Pine Belt today because we want voters in the Pine Belt area to know that their vote is important to us," said Childers. "One vote can make a difference and I ask for the people to join me as we move Mississippi forward."


Childers was accompanied by his son and daughter as he delivered one last message to voters before they cast their ballots Tuesday.


"It's important that they be a part of helping to change Washington. If we're going to change Washington, we need to change who we send to Washington," said Childers.


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