Good morning! Early voting is underway at locations throughout Georgia. Here’s where you can find an early voting location near you.
- Thousands of Georgians, many waiting in line for hours, voted on the first day of early voting yesterday.
- State officials estimated that 110,000 people voted yesterday. Remarked one who was in line before sunrise, “I would have waited all day.”
- Senator David Perdue and candidate John Ossoff met on the debate stage last night.
- The Georgia Association of Educators has sued the state, claiming that the state’s response to the pandemic has created an environment that is unsafe for educators.
- Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic wants to make it easier to invest in communities that need revitalization.
- A Georgia Historical Society marker in Hahira commemorating “Mary Turner and the Lynching Rampage” in 1918 has been removed following repeated vandalism attempts, including the sign being shot at, and being hit repeatedly with an off-road vehicle.
- If you are in the marine fisheries industry, and you’ve lost money because of the pandemic, you have until Thursday to apply for federal aid.
- A long read on how Georgia’s 14th, a district where “You can be Mickey Mouse, you can be Marjorie Greene, you can be anything—if you have an ‘R’ behind your name in this district, you can win,” ended up with Marjorie Taylor Greene as their soon-to-be representative in Congress.