Candidates for Huntsville City Council District 1 share their thoughts going into the runoff election

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. -- Tomorrow voters around the valley go back to the polls for the run off elections. In Huntsville longtime Councilman Richard Showers is going head to head with political new comer Devyn Keith for district one.

Devyn Keith said he's been doing last-minute campaigning in North Huntsville. He's gone around to different houses encouraging people to get out and vote.

"I've been sitting on porches having conversation about hopefully the future and potentially everything going well Tuesday, where we will be at on Wednesday, and going forth the next 4 years," Keith said.

We reached out to Councilman Richard Showers to see how he's doing on election eve through phone, email, and social media. His office said he was out and we got no response back.

During the municipal election Devyn Keith won 42 percent of the votes and Councilman Showers received 29 percent.

Showers has accused Keith of swaying the minds and hearts of voters in district one, but Keith has decided to remain positive.

"I don't believe in that type of slander campaign. We would never say anything negative about his legacy. We will only look at the positives," Keith said.