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Advance voting for GA primary runoff election starts Monday

Advance voting for the July 22 primary runoff election starts Monday. 

Voters can cast their ballots at the Board of Elections Main Advance Voting Center at 530 Greene Street starting Monday. Hours will be 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. through July 11. 

Starting July 14, Richmond County will have extended hours for advanced voting. Voters can cast their ballots at the Board of Elections Main Advance Voting Center, as well as at the Warren Road Recreation Center, the Warren Road Recreation Center, the Henry Brigham Recreation Center and the Diamond Lakes Regional Park between 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. through July 18. 

There is not Saturday voting for the runoff. 

Voters do not have to provide a reason for voting early, but do have to present one of the six acceptable forms of photo identification.

People who voted in the May 20 primary will have to vote within the same party they chose to vote within for the primary. People who did not vote in the May 20 primary can choose a ballot from either party. 

Sample ballots will be available at all voting sites and can be viewed on the My Voter Page on the Georgia Secretary of State website.

Voting by mail is also available through July 18. People interested can apply in writing at the Board of Elections office at 530 Greene St. 

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