More than 300 Hall County residents voted on Saturday, May 12, the only weekend voting day before the May 22 primary.
As of Friday, 1,386 people in Hall had cast ballots in the primary election in Georgia, which covers a slew of local races, contests for state House and Senate seats, the governor’s race and the 9th Congressional District primary.
On Saturday, 306 people turned out to vote at four sites around the county. Of those, 239 were Republicans and 60 were Democrats. Seven voters took nonpartisan ballots, according to the Hall County Elections Office.
Total votes stand at 1,265 Republican, 410 Democratic and 17 nonpartisan.