- Dec 12, 2000
Apparently the early/mail-in vote turnout has already exceeded that of 2020. Republicans are saying that Abrams and voting rights groups made much ado about nothing. Abrams and voting rights advocates are saying they've adjusted to the new normal, and are thanking large corporations for putting pressure on Republicans to ease some restrictions in their final bill (those changes led to more early voting Saturdays in exchange for losing Sundays, for example.)
Turnout is one thing though--actually counting the votes fairly in each county without challenges and tossing votes is another. Let's see how Tuesday plays out--but it is just a primary.