In less than 24 hours we’ll go to the polls to cast votes in what many consider to be one of the biggest mid-term elections in recent memory.
The polls will open at 7 a.m. Tuesday and close at 7 p.m.
Tuesday’s weather outlook: Cloudy; 30% chance of light rain or drizzle; lows near 50 in town, 40s in the suburbs; highs in the upper 50s to low 60s; winds east 10-15 mph. But we won’t let a little drizzle stop us, will we?
On the ballot: Georgia voters will choose a governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general, state schools superintendent, agriculture commissioner, insurance commissioner, labor commissioner and a public service commissioner; representatives of all 13 congressional districts; a U.S. senator; the entire state General Assembly – senators and representatives; statewide and state superior court judges; district attorneys; and decide five constitutional amendments.
AJC.com will provide minute-by-minute updates on this elections blog from early morning until late in the evening when the winners are declared. On Wednesday morning, you won’t want to miss The Atlanta Journal-Constitution for full post-election analysis.
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