ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Georgia's top election official said that early voting the last three weeks surpassed the record number of early voters in the 2008 historic election.
Tuesday is Election Day, but more than 2.37 million Georgians have already cast ballots.
Georgia's Secretary of State, Brian Kemp said that comparing those numbers to the final numbers on Tuesday will be interesting.
"Do the record numbers in early voting mean that we're going to have record numbers of voting for this election? Or does it just mean we had a bunch of people that just wanted to vote early because they made up their mind and knew they weren't going to change?" asked Kemp.
Secretary Kemp was in Albany on Monday on a 6 city tour to assure voters that the election is being handled appropriately.