Surrounded by friends and family, Ossoff cast his ballot early at the State Farm Arena, taking advantage of its convenient location, over 300 voting machines, and easy access
Atlanta, Ga. — This morning, investigative journalist and Democratic U.S Senate nominee Jon Ossoff cast his ballot in the November General Election at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta.
Ossoff was joined by his wife, Dr. Alisha Kramer, their family, and supporters. Prior to casting his ballot, Ossoff delivered remarks to the press and discussed the importance of Georgians taking advantage of in-person early voting, which is open through October 30.
In partnership with the Atlanta Hawks, the State Farm arena has become the largest early voting location in Georgia, with over 300 voting machines available for Fulton County voters. Voters can click here to find the arena’s early voting hours between now and October 30.
Georgia early voting has already shattered records, with roughly 128,000 Georgians casting their votes on Monday alone, far outpacing the roughly 91,000 Georgians who cast ballots on the first day of early voting in 2016. Reports suggest over 1 million Georgians will have already cast their ballots by the end of today, both through absentee ballots and early in-person voting.
Please find photos from the event below. You can also click here to download the high-res photos from today’s event.