Voters see big turnout and short waits in tense Georgia runoffs

More than 1.2 million voters turned out on Tuesday for Georgia’s nationally important U.S. Senate runoffs, easily surpassing the total seen on Election Day in the presidential election. Most voters said they were able to cast their ballots with ease, experiencing few long lines. Voters waited an average of 1 to 5 minutes across the state, according to the secretary of state’s office. Mark Niese, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. 

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