State, city leaders encourage residents to vote early

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) — State representative Mariam Paris, Macon-Bibb Commissioner-Elect Seth Clark and Pastor of Community Church of God, Jason McClendon, encouraged residents to vote early.

The group held a press conference in front of City Hall Tuesday, to discuss the importance of voting early.

“There is too much at stake for Georgians to wait until January the fifth. Do not wait until January the fifth to have your voices heard,” said Mariam Paris.

“This election is a life-changing election,” shared Pastor Mcclendon.

“The road to Washington D.C for these two senate candidates goes through Macon-Bibb County,” said Commissioner-Elect Seth Clark. 

You can vote Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Macon-Bibb Board of Elections Office, the Lucas Senior Center or the Theron Ussery Community Center.

For all other counties, click here to find a polling location or ballot box nearest you. 

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