Democratic candidate Tony Sanchez was in Tyler Sunday, making an appearance at the Bethlehem First Baptist Church. More than one hundred people turned out to see Sanchez, who talked about his campaign, the election, and his victory plans.
Democratic candidate for Texas Attorney General Kirk Watson was also on hand. They encouraged voters to turn out tuesday, for what they called a very important election.
"This is a historic opportunity to elect a government that looks like Texas," Sanchez said, "And elect a government that is really sensitive to people's needs and people's concerns and worries."
After spending a half hour at the church, Sanchez set off for some last minute campaiging in Harlingen. A weekend Dallas Morning News poll shows Sanchez trailing Governor Perry by twelve percent.