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A third of Pike County's registered voters cast ballots early in the mid-term election with a line stretching around the office of elections around 4 p.m. Friday on the last day of early voting.

Advance voting ends May 17; new polling place in Zebulon on May 21

Advance voting for the May 21 primary election is ongoing through May 17 at the board of elections office.

Voters can cast their votes early from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at 81 Jackson Street in Zebulon.

“Through the second week of early voting, we had 98 voters cast their votes by mail and 950 voters cast their votes in person,” said Pike County elections supervisor David Neyhart. “This brings our total to 1,048 voters casting their ballots. That works out to be a 6.6% turnout thus far.

Local voters in the May 21 primary election will decide candidates for sheriff and commission District 3. If there needs to be a runoff, it will be held Tuesday, June 21.

For the May 21 primary election day, voters in the Zebulon precinct will have a new polling place. Voters in the Zebulon precinct will report across the street from the Auditorium at the Christ Chapel building.

“Due to a scheduling conflict with the auditorium, the Zebulon Precinct will temporally move from the auditorium to across the street to the Christ Chapel Cafe,” said election supervisor Neyhart.
“This move is for the May 21 election day only and the precinct will move back to the auditorium for the Nov. 5 General Election.”
Find election results at PikeCountyGeorgia.com.

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