ATLANTA -- Georgia voters can now cast an in-person advance
ballot for the presidential primary.
Voting by mail for the March 6 contest began in late January,
but Monday is the first day when residents can turn out to advance
voting sites to cast their ballots in person.
Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul are
competing for a share of Georgia's 76 delegates in the GOP primary.
That's the most delegates of any of the 10 states holding elections
on Super Tuesday.
The Georgia Secretary of State's office is encouraging residents
to go to its website for more details.