TERRELL CO., GA (WALB) - Early voting polls were busy today following the last presidential debate.
Some south Georgians who turned out today said they wanted to wait for the final debate to make their decision.
The big talker Thursday was Trump's refusal to say whether he would accept the results of the election.
Voters we talked with say they watched last night's debate and learned some important things before casting their vote.
"It was run a lot better last night. You were able to really hear about some of the issues and about each other's thoughts about the issues," said Gail Melvin, a Terrell County voter.
"I was kind of on the line. I had an assumption of what I wanted to do but I wanted to be sure of all my facts so I looked at that last night and then came in this morning to vote," said Sandi Lake.
On Thursday night, Trump and Clinton will be face-to-face yet again for the annual Alfred e. Smith memorial foundation dinner in New York.
You can follow developments in the presidential race at walb.com.