As election day looms, Ga.'s Democratic candidates tour state

In the final weekend before the primary election day, Georgia's Democratic hopefuls in the governor's race continued to tour the state trying to rally voters.

Hundreds of people attended a primary election rally for Stacey Abrams in Atlanta on Saturday.

Organizations such as Planned Parenthood, Emily's List, Georgia Equality and more gathered in support of Abrams.

"The reason I'm doing this is because I know what Georgia has in store for us," Abrams said. "And I will do all the things we should have been doing but we've been too cheap and too mean to do. But as the next governor of Georgia, we will turn this state around and we will head forward and we will next look back again."

She said her vision behind her statewide tour is to listen to Georgia voters about the solutions they want for the state and discuss her new plans for the future.

Meanwhile, Stacey Evans was visiting with supporters at their local businesses.

Evans was traveling to several local barber shops throughout the day on Saturday to speak with voters. 

She shared a few details on the plans she wants to make for the community.

"There's so many more things we could be fighting for that would help all of our families," Evans said. "Access to healthcare, good jobs, higher education, improving our public schools – that's where my focus is going to be."

Evans says she is grateful for the support she's received thus far in the campaign and is looking forward to voting day next Tuesday.