Both sides are campaigning down to the wire on tomorrow's vote on merging the City of Macon and Bibb County.
At the Poplar Street office of Macon-Bibb Wins Again, the group urging a "yes" vote of consolidation, staff says they'll be working the phones today and sign holders will hit the streets tomorrow.
"We've probably called, well I don't really know, several thousand people," says Coordinator Ruth Sykes. "We've put out 1,500 yard signs all over Macon and Bibb County."
Over at city councilwoman Elaine Lucas's camp, people flip through stacks of phone books to reach voters. They are also setting up a service to shuttle seniors to polls.
"It's also a time for us to convince voters that the consolidation issue is very important. They need to take part," says Lucas.
She and other critics plan a rally and motorcade tonight. It starts at 5 p.m. at Macon's Central City Park.
The topic more important that consolidation is the push to galvanize people to vote.
"It's a pretty loaded ballot so we want to be sure everybody gets out there, every voter, every voice is heard," says Sykes.
"If we don't go vote, we have no right to complain," says Lucas.
People across Central Georgia will vote on dozens of races Tuesday.
They include congressional seats, state and county contests and approving a new penny sales tax to pay for regional transportation PROJECTS.