Rockdale County, GA— Over 3,000 Rockdale County voters have cast their ballots, as early voting takes off this weekend in Rockdale for the runoff for Georgia’s U.S. Senate seat.
Rockdale Elections Supervisor Cynthia Willingham reported that 3,609 ballots were cast on Saturday, Nov. 26, the first day of Rockdale’s early voting period for the runoff between Incumbent Raphael Warnock(Democrat) and Herschel Walker (Republican).
Willingham stated that a total of 1,662 Rockdale residents had voted in person, while 1,942 had voted by absentee mail. Saturday’s turnout, she stated, represents 6.1 percent of Rockdale’s 58,509 active voters.
Although Rockdale is only offering early voting at one location, officials have the capability to track voting by precincts. The data showed that the Fieldstone Precinct had 198 voters, the highest share of in-person votes on Saturday, while the St. Pious Precinct had the highest share of absentee mail ballots cast.
The Rockdale Board of Elections Office, 115 West Ave., Conyers, will be open for early voting on Sunday, Nov. 27, 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Following are the voting breakdowns for Saturday, Nov. 26. The sample ballot and dates and hours for the entire early voting period also are provided below by Rockdale Elections Supervisor Cynthia Willingham.