Harlem and Grovetown voters haven’t been in a rush to vote in their municipal elections. Well into three weeks of early and advance voting, a total of just 15 voters had cast ballots as of Friday.
To cast those few ballots, city voters had to travel to the Board of Elections office in Evans. That isn’t exactly convenient.
Now that the preliminaries are over, though, there are far fewer excuses not to vote Tuesday. Both have competitive races for city council seats, with good candidates seeking available posts.