Super Tuesday is just around the corner. The presidential preference primary and Sunday alcohol sales for Conyers and Rockdale will be on the ballot March 6.
Polls will open at the 18 local precincts from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. for registered voters.
Voters in the city of Conyers, which has the Olde Town and Conyers precincts, will be able to vote in both the city and county alcohol sales referendums. Voters residing in the county will only be able to vote in the county's alcohol sales referendum.
Since there is a presidential preference primary, voters will receive a ballot to vote in the Republican primary, Democratic primary, or a non-partisan ballot with just the alcohol sales referendum.
Georgia is the largest delegate-wise of the 10 states holding their presidential preference primary on Tuesday.
The Elections Supervisor's office projects a turnout of about 22,169 voters or 47 percent of active registered voters.
About 4 percent of eligible voters in Rockdale turned out as of Thursday for the three-week in person early voting session, which ended March 2. (Editor's Note: About 4.89% turnout for both in person and mail absentee ballots were reported after Friday, accordring to the Elections Supervisor's Office.)
Photo identification, such as a driver's license, state or federal government photo ID, US passport, US military photo ID, or tribal photo ID will be required to vote.
For more information, go to www.GAPhotoID.com. Or contact the elections supervisor's office at (770) 278-7333 or www.rockdalecounty.org.