Early Voting Numbers In, 2 Voting Locations Change Due to Renovations
As of Saturday, 1,957 citizens have voted in-person at one of the five Douglas County early voting locations.
As of Saturday, 1,957 citizens have voted in-person at one of the five Douglas County early voting locations, according to Laurie Fulton, Douglas County elections supervisor.
In addition to the Douglas County Courthouse, residents can take advantage of early voting at one of the following locations: the Old Courthouse, Boundary Waters Aquatic Center; Deer Lick Park; and the Dog River Library. Early voting will be available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at all locations, until Friday.
During early voting, any voter may vote at any location.
Voters are reminded that those who register for a non-partisan ballot may only vote in the judicial race and on the TSPLOST.
On election day all voters must vote at their assigned voting station. Voting stations on election day will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Two voting locations have been changed due to on-going renovations at two area schools. Those who normally vote at Turner Middle School will now vote at Lithia Springs Elementary School on election day. And those who normally vote at Fairplay Middle School will vote at South Douglas Elementary School.
Come back to Douglasville Patch for on-going election coverage.