Runoff in Georgia U.S. Senate race is Tuesday




The Republican party primary runoff between David Perdue and Jack Kingston is the highlight of several races contested in Georgia’s general primary runoff, to be held Tuesday, July 22.

Early voting in the primary runoff ended this past Friday and so far suggests a light turnout statewide. It’s important to exercise your Constitutional right to vote: if you voted in the May primary, please consider stopping by the local polling place you normally vote on Tuesday and cast your ballot!

General statewide turnout

Number of ballots cast: 119,322

Number of ballots voted in person: 96,873

Number of mail-in ballots returned: 22,449
Number of mail-in ballots outstanding: 14,550
Number of ballots cast, Republican: 91,252

Number of ballots cast, Democratic: 27,506

Number of ballots cast, Nonpartisan: 564

Top 5 counties with highest turnout

Cobb: 8,221
Fulton: 7,056
DeKalb: 6,147
Chatham: 4,383
Forsyth: 4,300

Where do I vote?

Any voter registered in Georgia can vote early. Voters can see personalized sample ballots, verify their registration status and find early-voting polling locations on the secretary of state’s “My Voter Page” website (www.mvp.sos.ga.gov). It’s important to check because municipalities only open select sites during the 21-day early-voting period.

Information about local elections can also be found on the state’s “GA Votes” mobile apps. You can download the free apps for both Apple and Android operating systems using either the iTunes app store for an iPhone or iPad or Google Play for Android.

What to bring with you

Georgia requires voters to show photo identification when they vote in person. Approved forms of identification include a Georgia driver’s license, even if it’s expired; a state-issued voter identification card; a valid U.S. passport; and a valid U.S. military photo ID.




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