Charles S. Bullock III
Despite rising affluence, improving education levels and highly competitive partisan politics, Geor- gians continue to be among the nation’s least likely voters. Just over 51 percent of the state’s registered voters went to the polls in November and only half as many participated in the July primary. Georgians stay away from the polls in droves.
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