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2020 Election: Long Lines On First Day Of Early Voting In Tennessee 5

Early voting kicked off across multiple states this week, including Texas, Georgia,  Virginia and Tennessee, drawing thousands of people to their designated polling centers, many of which suffered delays and glitches. In Georgia, which is viewed as more of a contested state than in the past, voters set a record for the first day of early voting with 126,876 votes cast, according to the state secretary. Polling centers across the state saw a particularly large turnout of black voters, many of whom saw giving up time to cast a ballot for the next president as worth the trade. Similar scenes unfolded in Texas, where some voting locations, particularly in Tarrant County, had wait times of more than an hour.

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    Oh my gosh !!! ☀️☀️☀️

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    David Jean baptiste

    🗣 IF YOUR BALLOT GOT REJECTED, GO BACK AND VOTE IN PERSON

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