MACON, Ga.—Voters trickled into polling locations throughout Georgia on May 24 after record-shattering early voting turnout.
With mild weather and a lack of lines, casting ballots seemed easy.
It was a sense of duty that brought some to the polls. Others said they showed up because they’re gravely worried about how election results could affect their state.
All approached by a reporter for The Epoch Times said they believed cheating could occur. And most had serious concerns, worrying that fraud had affected outcomes in 2020 and 2018 elections.
At 11 a.m., Judge Brandon Rivers cast the 44th ballot of the day at Arabi Baptist Church. Because he’s a magistrate—at 28, the youngest currently serving in the state—it’s frowned upon for him to talk politics, he said….


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