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Supervisor: Election day voting is at local precincts
Polls open 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
voters line up at the Olde Town precinct at PSE IMG 7351
Voters line up the Olde Town precinct polling place first thing in the morning

The high voter turnout this election cycle has meant a large number of voters confused about where to go to vote have been showing up at the Board of Elections office.

Elections Supervisor Cynthia Welch said about 300 voters had stopped by the Board of Elections office at 1400 Parker Road as of 3 p.m. 

Welch said most of them had done early voting in previous elections, such as in 2008, and remembered coming to 1400 Parker Road to vote. However, early voting finished on Friday and voters must now go to their local precinct polls to do in-person voting.

There are 18 precincts in Rockdale County. To find your precinct and voting location, go to You can also call the Board of Elections at 770-278-7333.

To find out which races are in your precinct, click here.

Welch estimated a voter turnout of about 20,000 on Election Day for a total voter turnout of around 70 percent. During the early election period, 12,567 voters, or more than a quarter of the registered voters in the county, came out to cast their ballots early.