Blog: How was your voting experience?
by Everett Catts
09:00 AM, Tuesday, July 22
This morning I voted in the primary runoff election at my polling place, High Point Elementary School in Sandy Springs. There was no line – two people were ahead of me but there was plenty of room for me to sit down at a table and fill out a form ...

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