Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp said early voting gets underway today. Voters can cast early ballots through Friday, May 16.
In Bulloch County voters can go by the courthouse Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. till 5 p.m. On election day, May 20, they will go to their regular precincts to vote between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Bulloch County voters will decide in a special non-partisan election between Heather Banks McNeal and Alvice Coes, III, to fill the unexpired term Teresa Tucker as Clerk of Court. Tucker resigned last year after pleading guilty to two felony counts of violation of public office oath.
Two county commission seats and two Board of Education seats are also up for elections. In the Democratic primary Jacquavius "Jac" Roberson is seeking the commission Seat 1-B held by Anthony Simmons. Incumbent Robert Rushing is being challenged by Jim Anderson in the Commission Seat 2-D race in the Republican primary.
A non-partisan race pits Glennera Martin running against incumbent Vernon Little for District 5 on the Board of Education. District 6 incumbent Anshul Jain faces challenger Jimmy T. "Jay" Cook, Jr.
Other district and state wide races are also on the ballot.
Residents must bring one of several valid photo ids to vote in either Early Voting or on Primary Day, May 20.