Few Hiccups at Polling Places Across Georgia on Primary Tuesday

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POLITICS & POLICY
TAXES,MONEY & GOVERNMENT
7 min read
1368 words
Key Points
  • Lines were short on primary day in Georgia after voters turned out in record numbers to cast ballots early.
  • Far fewer mail-in ballots collected in places like Fulton County compared to 2020.
  • Georgians were driven to the polls by issues from education and crime to the economy and abortion rights.
Voters across the Peach State largely encountered few difficulties at the election polls today.  Sporadic instances of polling place mixups, technical glitches and other obstacles were reported across the state, but nothing that elections observers and experts deemed out of the ordinary. Annah Lyles, a security worker who works a night shift, came out to ...

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