The polls indicate that the race between republican Donald Trump and democrat Hillary Clinton is too close to call, but a record number of Georgians are weighing in on the race for U.S. President. According to Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, “Georgia voters are highly enthusiastic and taking full advantage of unprecedented access to the ballot box to make sure their voices are heard.”
More than 2 million early ballots have been cast leading up to Election Day in Georgia. Specifically, Kemp says, 2,180,000 early ballots have been cast, which shattered the 2008 early voting record of 2,129,316. With today being the final day of advance in-person voting, the new record will continue to climb.
The election, with a number of issues on the ballot, will be held on Tuesday, November 8.