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Nearly quarter of voters cast early ballots already
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With nine days of early voting still left, almost a quarter of active registered voters in Rockdale County have already cast their ballots.

At the end of Tuesday, the seventh day of in-person early voting, about 23 percent, or 11,409 voters, have already gone to in-person early voting or sent in their absentee vote by mail. Most of those votes (9, 753) were in-person votes, however.

The precinct with the highest early voting turnout so far is St. Pius with 27.07 percent, and the lowest early voting turnout is in Olde Town, with 19.35 percent.

Early in-person voting runs from Monday, Oct. 15 to Friday, Nov. 2 at 1400 Parker Road, Lobby C.

The hours are 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday until Oct. 30. From Wednesday, Oct. 31 to Friday, Nov. 2, the hours are extended 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.

For increased availability and convenience, there is also Saturday voting on Oct. 27, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

All voters need to bring one of the six forms of acceptable photo ID listed below:

1. A Georgia Driver’s License; even if expired
2. A Valid Photo ID card issued by any State or U.S. government
3. A Valid United States passport;
4. A Valid Government Employee Photo Identification Card
5. A valid United States military identification card with Photo
6. A valid tribal identification card with Photo

Provisional Ballots are available for those voters who do not have one of the above Photo IDs.

For more information, contact the Rockdale Board of Elections/Voter Registration Office at 770-278-7333