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Fulton County Voters Don't Wait to Pick President, Make Charter Choice

More than 500 North Fulton residents headed to Ocee Library on Monday to make sure nobody thought they were undecided voters.

Almost 5,000 Fulton County residents voted on the first day of advanced voting Monday, Oct. 15, including 561 in Johns Creek.

The Ocee Library is the closest advance voting location to Alpharetta and Milton. The North Service Center in Sandy Springs is the next closest, and it had 806 voters.

Early voting continues today through Nov. 2, with the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 6. But don't forget to bring your picture ID so you can vote.

Not sure who you want as your president for the next four years? Take part in tonight's live streaming video and Cover It Live blog on Alpharetta-Milton Patch.

 

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