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More than 140,000 people have tuned out to vote early so far. Friday is the last day to vote early and avoid lines on election day.
A roundup of the tally so far.
Want to avoid lines on election day? DeKalb and Fulton counties have several polling places open on Saturday, Oct. 27.
Not surprisingly, Republican respondents said Mitt Romney won and Democrats said Barack Obama won. But Democratic respondents were much stronger in their opinion.
The debates are done. Overall, do you think either candidate got an edge? Who did a better job of making his case to the American people?
The state senator representing Decatur says politicians are manipulating the system to change the state constitution.
Monday night was the final face-off for Barack Obama and Mitt Romney before the election. Who do you think won? And do you think it will affect the election?
As of Wednesday, more than 16,000 DeKalb County residents had cast early ballots. County residents will have two chances for Saturday voting.
Did either candidate get a bounce? Let us know what you think. And if you missed the debate, you can review the discussion on our live blog below.
More than 10,000 cast their ballots on Monday.
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