Most polls closed at 7 p.m. in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District , but the voting may continue at some precincts. As long as you were in line at 7 p.m., you are allowed to stay until you finish voting.
How long will it take to count the vote? As long as it takes.
We are reminded that it took Fulton County until after 2 a.m. to fully report during the first round of votes in April, but Fulton’s top elections official said he expects things to move smoothly today since there’s only one race on the ballot.
As the votes are counted , the AJC news team will publish live updates for the latest vote counts, along with news from the county elections office, Georgia’s Secretary of State and the candidates, Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff.
Candidates for congress in Georgia's sixth congressional district Jon Ossoff (left) and Karen Handel (right) meet supporters on Election Day June 20, 2017.