Some voters encountered lines when early voting began Monday for Georgia’s primary as election workers kept people 6 feet apart, allowed only a few inside at a time and cleaned touchscreens after each voter. Turnout appeared to be relatively light, but voters still had to wait their turn. Lines were also slowed by voters who requested absentee ballots but then had to cancel them when they showed up at early voting locations. Mark Niesse, Amanda C. Coyne, Kristal Dixon and Adrianne Murchison, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
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