I am the 10 percent: Casting a ballot in Fulton Co...
by Rachel Kellogg
12:16 PM, Tuesday, July 22
Running late to work this morning, I thought about skipping the polls and going right to the office. But then I remembered the story we published last week saying voter turnout was expected to be 10 percent in Fulton County for this election. That...

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