The polls are open, so get out and vote!

Georgia and the rest of the nation can begin voting in what many consider to be one of the most important midterm elections in years. Here’s a look at the congressional seats, governorships, state legislatures and some of the ballot measures that will be on ballots around the country on Nov. 2.

For a national perspective on what’s at stake, follow Washington blogger Jamie Dupree throughout the day.

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Michael

November 2nd, 2010
8:35 am

I went to my polling place at 6:45 AM. There were already 20 people waiting to get in early. I ended up waiting until about 7:10 to actually vote, and was out and back home by 7:20 AM. I’m usually the 2nd or 3rd person to vote in an election, so this came as sort of a surprise, especially since you don’t always see a lot of people waiting to vote in a non-presidential year before the polls open.