Another hat in the ring for Georgia's top seat.
On June 21, gubernatorial candidate, Carl Camon, spoke to a crowd on Johnson Square about his race for governor.
Camon was the first African American mayor of Ray City, Georgia and served five terms there.
He has also served on various committees at the state level as well.
Saturday, he told the crowds why he should be Georgia's next governor.
" I'm going to be focusing this election on education issues. As governor, we're going to fully fund education. We're going to find a way to do it. Education is the basis of everything else, said Carl Camon.
Camon also hopes to fix the state's economic woes and transportation issues, plus build strong families.Story from WTOC-TV Savannah