Monday, October 17 marks the first day that Georgians are able to cast their ballots in person and have their voice heard about who should be the next President of the United States.

The line started to form outside the Board of Elections building in downtown Athens at 7:00am. Civic duty still excites some Athens-Clarke residents, and in this hectic election cycle, many of them were ready to get it done.

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By: Daniel Jackson

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