If you encounter any problems while you're voting, you can talk to election officers, your county clerk, the state Board of Elections (502-573-7100) or the Attorney General's Election Fraud Hotline (1-800-328-VOTE). "In the end, what happens on Election Day turnout will, to some extent, swamp what happened in the early vote".
"Actually, I came here this morning and was going to vote early (but) had to pass it up because it was longer than expected", said voter Scott Proctor, who returned to vote during his lunch break. "This milestone is a testament to the hard work of thousands of election officials all across Georgia who are dedicated to secure, accessible, and fair elections for all".
In Fulton County alone, officials reported that 224,653 residents voted early. Election Day voting hours are 7:00 a.m.to 7:00 p.m.at all polling places statewide.
Early indications show that Washington voter turnouts could be quite similar to the 2016 president election, and might even surpass that mark. The DeKalb County Legislative Center in Sycamore saw the largest turnout with 4,972 voters. You must be 18, a citizen, an IL resident for 30 days, and not be registered to vote in another state.
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Early voting was more exciting for some than others. All Maine polls will close at 8 p.m. So far, 16,951 absentee ballots have been cast by mail or in person compared to 12,234 in 2014.
You are not allowed to wear any campaign apparel to the polls, and no cameras are allowed to be used while voting. Unlike the primaries, the general election is open to all registered voters. One man in a hurry filled out his provisional ballot on a piano instead of waiting in line for a booth. "Then we'll start talking about the 2020 elections, and around and around we go", said Andrea Vieux, assistant professor of political science at Johnson County Community College.
Polls are officially open as Election Day gets underway in the 2018 midterm elections.