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Sunday August 30th, 2015 9:58AM

Early voting ends next Friday

By Ken Stanford Reporter
ATLANTA - Early voting for the July 22 runoffs in Georgia ends next Friday, July 18.<br /> <br /> Secretary of State Brian Kemp said Friday that more than 66,000 advance in-person voting and vote-by-mail had already been cast statewide:<br /> <br /> Number of ballots cast: 66,662<br /> <br /> Number of ballots voted in person: 48,034<br /> <br /> Number of mail-in ballots returned: 18,628<br /> <br /> Number of mail-in ballots outstanding: 16,321<br /> <br /> Number of ballots cast, Republican: 49,831<br /> <br /> Number of ballots cast, Democratic: 16,526<br /> <br /> Number of ballots cast, Nonpartisan: 305<br /> <br /> To locate early voting locations in your county, visit http://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov.
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