[Ed. – Sounds like the Dems are using their newfound skills in vote tampering again.]
Voter enthusiasm for the Senate runoff elections in Georgia is so far rivaling that of the general election, according to voter turnout data, with 1.34 million ballots cast to date, according to the tracking website Georgia Votes, just 7% lower than the number at this point in the presidential race.
- At this point in the general election, the number of ballots cast in the state was 1.44 million.
- The enthusiasm was palpable from the first day of early voting for the Jan. 5 runoff elections, which will determine control of the Senate: More Georgians(168,293) turned out to vote than they did at the onset of voting in the general election (140,000).
- The number of early votes cast so far in the Senate runoffs (811,589) is 9% higher than in the general election, while the number of mail-in ballots submitted is 25% lower (524,547).