Deal was joined by several other state Republican candidates as the campaign swung through Cedartown around 8 a.m.
The Real Jobs for Georgia Bus Tour began Sunday and concludes Thursday, and includes a scheduled 25 stops.
Other candidates participating in various campaign stops include: U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss; U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson; Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle; Secretary of State Brian Kemp; Sam Olens, Nominee for Attorney General; Gary Black, Nominee for Commissioner of Agriculture; Ralph Hudgens, Nominee for Insurance Commissioner; John Barge, Nominee for State School Superintendent; Mark Butler, Nominee for Labor Commissioner; Tim Echols, Nominee for Public Service Commissioner; Congressman Jack Kingston; Mike Keown, Nominee for Georgia’s Second Congressional District; Congressman Lynn Westmoreland; Liz Carter, Nominee for Georgia’s Fourth Congressional District; Congressman Tom Price; Rob Woodall, Nominee for Georgia’s Seventh Congressional District; Austin Scott, Nominee for Georgia’s Eighth Congressional District; Congressman Tom Graves; Congressman Paul Broun; Congressman Phil Gingrey; Ray McKinney, Nominee for Georgia’s Twelfth Congressional District; and Georgia Republican Party Chairman Sue Everhart
Georgia voters will head to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 2 to decide several statewide and local races, as well as five state constitutional amendments.
Many voters already have cast ballots through early voting, which in Polk County takes place at the Polk County governmental building at 144 West Ave., Cedartown. Friday is the last day that early voting is allowed.
The bus tour's first stop Monday was at the Great Harvest Bakery in Rome at 7 a.m. After Cedartown, the tour was scheduled to be at the Dallas Plaza, Dallas, at 9 a.m.
For other stops and additional information about the bus tour, see: Information for each bus stop will be listed on here.