Florida's third party candidate for governor, Max Linn, made a campaign appearance in Panama City Monday.
Linn was making a 20-city last day tour and handed out doughnuts and shook the hands of potential voters Monday morning at the Wal-Mart on 23rd Street.
The lesser known candidate is confident his morals can catch some momentum.
"Why someone is going to vote for me is because we don't except any money, and under my administration I'll make it illegal for any politician to receive any money from companies they are regulating like developers and insurance companies and the oil companies, and we’ll make Florida affordable again for the working person."
Early voting ended Saturday, but the general election is being held Tuesday.