5 things to know today: Start of early voting in Ga. tests campaigns

1. Start of early voting in Ga. tests Clinton, Trump campaigns. Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton’s campaigns have prepared their get-out-the-vote efforts for more than a year. They now face their biggest test yet. [Read here]

2. Delays remain on I-75 after crash. A crash blocked all southbound lanes before Hudson Bridge Road in Henry County on Monday morning. [Read here]

3. 5 things we learned from Seahawks’ victory against Falcons. Falcons had a costly turnover in the final minutes that set up Seattle’s game-winning field goal in a hard-fought, 26-24 loss. [Read here]

4. Toni Braxton hospitalized. The singer was hospitalized again due to lupus, which causes periodic complications, and had to cancel a show in Cleveland. [Read here]

5. ’60 Minutes’ takes on Ga.’s Syrian refugee stance. Georgia’s failed attempt to block the resettlement of Syrian refugees – and the criticism from a prominent evangelical conservative who wanted to help the new arrivals – was the highlight of a “60 Minutes” episode on Sunday. [Read here]

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