If you plan to vote early in the November 3rd general election, you may want to pack your patience along with that hand sanitizer and face mask.
Advance in-person voting began on Monday across Georgia. Voters in Floyd County encountered long lines and technical glitches upon going to cast their ballots at the Elections Office and Garden Lakes Baptist Church.
Dr. Thomas Rees, the Chairman of the Floyd County Board of Elections and Registration, urges registered Floyd County voters to vote (regardless if you have to wait a little while to do so).
The elections board is anticipated to discuss issues with early voting during their October meeting this Thursday.
Advance voting continues until October 30th in the general election to include the next two weekends. For hours and locations, visit www.romefloyd.com.