Early voting in Georgia starts Monday.
Some of the most contested races in the country are happening in Georgia this year.
We’re just over 20 days until election day.
The ballot is packed this year.
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There’s a rematch between Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Governor Brian Kemp.
The race for U.S. Senate between Republican Hershel Walker and Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock has enough weight to shift the power in Washington.
News4JAX is also watching for races for Lieutenant Governor, secretary of state, attorney general, commissioners of labor, agriculture, and insurance, and the state school superintendent.
There are local races in the city of St. Mary’s, and Glynn, Charlton, Ware, and Pierce County.
In addition to voting, there was some confusion over challenging voters.
Georgia’s Secretary of State says any challenge must be made in writing and filed with the board of registrars then the board will review the challenge.
The group Fair Fight Action says so far this year, 80,000 were challenged. Only 3,000 were upheld.
The group also says the voters challenged were disproportionately implicating people of color.
Those in the challenge status will have their ballots reviewed to determine if they will count.
Remember at Georgia polls this year, you can’t bring in cell phones. They can’t be seen and voters can’t take pictures of their ballots.
Most counties’ early, in-person voting sites are open between 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekdays from Monday through Friday until Nov. 4. Most early voting sites will be open on Saturdays, Oct. 22 and 29, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. See county-by-county early voting locations and times.