"There's going to be a wide spread in intensity, like the eastern part of Shelby County where a huge early voting turnout is underway. They've got the county mayor's race and sheriff's race that is turning out voters. I'm encouraged because I'm strong in Germantown, Collierville, Millington and other areas in Shelby County. That's one thing that a survey is not going to tell you," Wamp said.
"If you're in the hunt, election day could very well swing one way or the other depending on the intensity, the activation and the momentum. There's no doubt in my mind that in the last eight days since the debate, the momentum is with our campaign. Prior to that, 36 percent were undecided and I believe we're wining the vast majority of them, plus a major shift away from Ramsey and a lot of Haslam supporters are coming our way once they saw the debate.
"I think Bill Haslam is a very nice man but I do not think that he is either the man or the leader that his money says he is and I think that's the issue that a lot of people are now talking about. A lot of people come up to me and say he's trying to buy it isn't he."