State releases update on registered voters
by Staff Reports
11:41 AM, Tuesday, October 21
The secretary of state’s office Tuesday released updated information on the number of eligible Georgia voters for the Nov. 4 general election. The state currently has 6.04 million registered voters, down from 6.08 million in 2012. Four years ago t...

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