Simon Mbock became a U.S. citizen 6-years ago after moving to the U.S. from France. He stood in line for an hour with his son, Oliver -16-months old on Friday, Nov. 4, 2016 on the last day of Advance voting at the Windy Hill Community Center at 1885 Roswell Street SE in Smyrna. Cobb County Sheriff deputies at the scene said at its peak, the line was 200 yards long with nearly a 3-hour wait.
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Photo: JOHN SPINK / AJC/JOHN SPINK / AJC

How many people voted early in Cobb County this record year?

You won't see 38 percent of Cobb County voters in line Tuesday. They've already spoken their mind.

Election numbers show 161,112 ballots had been cast in the county as of the last day of early voting ahead of Tuesday’s presidential election.

And they weren't alone: A record-breaking 2.38 million voters have already cast their ballots during Georgia's early voting period, which ended Friday.

Elections 2016: What is on the ballot for Cobb County?

Janine Eveler, head of Cobb elections, said the last early vote was cast 10:45 p.m. Friday after a day of massive lines.

This record turnout in Cobb beats out the 149,164 people who voted early in 2008 and 126,208 early voters in 2012.

How to vote for a write-in candidate in Georgia

To vote on Election Day, make sure you know the location of your assigned precinct. It may have changed since the last election. Check the Georgia Elections Office overseen by Georgia's Secretary of State to find your polling place.

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