On Monday, Secretary of State Brian Kemp said more than 110,000 Georgians have taken advantage of early voting ahead of the May 20 primary election.
“We feel like that number will continue certainly to go up the rest of the week and probably in a little quicker fashion than it did. I think it’s been steady, but I’m just speculating. We’ll know a lot more on Friday.”
And Kemp said comparing early voting numbers and turnout in general this year will have a twist, because this is the first time Georgia has held its primary in May rather than July.