ATLANTA — Early voting is off to a strong start in the U.S. Senate runoff races, and questions are already being raised about 1,915 ballots that have been rejected, as of Friday morning.
The Secretary of State’s Office said that so far, 1,122,967 people have cast a ballot in the runoff election.
The next step for the rejected ballots is to figure out which of those ballots are eligible to be cured. By law, those voters must be notified that their ballot was flagged.
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