Cobb Board of Elections: More cast ballots early t...
by Ricky Leroux
04:00 AM, Saturday, November 01
MARIETTA — Friday was the final day of early voting in Cobb County, and according to the Cobb Board of Elections, 13,000 more people cast their ballots early this year than they did in 2010, the last midterm election. As of Friday, there were 68,5...

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