Georgia lieutenant governor Mark Taylor's making a last-minute campaign stop in Savannah. Taylor was in the Sandfly community today for a public forum. He answered questions and listened to their concerns, in particular, their concerns about putting a large commercial business like Wal-mart in the area.
"I'm trying to do a lot of listening today. I'm trying to learn and I'm trying to look for alternatives that can help the community be preserved," said Taylor.
The lieutenant governor is up for reelection on Tuesday. He goes up against republican Steve Stancil.
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