Early Voters in Atlanta Meet Long Lines

Voters in metropolitan Atlanta have been turning out in overwhelming numbers to take advantage of early voting, even though Georgia is not a battleground state and has been put in the column for President Bush. Voters have waited up to four hours at some polling places, and a record turnout is predicted for Tuesday's election. Hear reporter Joshua Levs.



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