The numbers are still on the light side, but the total figures doubled on Tuesday for ballots cast in early voting for the Presidential Preference Primary coming up on March 12.

The Paulding County Board of Elections reported the cumulative total of 694 voters casting a ballot over the past two days, adding 374 new ballots to the tally and more than doubling the opening day figure of 320.

Another 19 absentee ballots were requested on Tuesday as well, bringing the total of mail-in ballots being sent out to 32 overall.

Polling places are open at the Watson Government Complex and the Dianne Wright Innovation Center throughout the entire three weeks of early voting for the primary, and from March 4 through March 8 a third polling location will open at Burnt Hickory Park.

Early voting at all three location is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday early voting on February 24 and March 2 will also be open at the Watson Government Complex and Dianne Wright Center.

Find the Watson Government Complex at 240 Constitution Blvd., Dallas; The Dianne Wright Innovation Center located at 3236 Atlanta Highway, Dallas; and Burnt Hickory Park at 8650 Cartersville Hwy., Dallas.

Make sure to take a valid state-issued ID to vote in the 2024 Presidential Preference Primary if going in person. Contact the Board of Elections to get an absentee ballot sent to your residence, which must be returned by March 12 to be counted.

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