Want to avoid potentially long lines when voters go to the polls May 14 to choose gubernatorial candidates in the primary?
Then think about early voting.
“There’s no lines, no waiting and people can get in and out,” said Mary Gay Priolette, Marion County deputy clerk in charge of voters registration.
The early voting period in the special gubernatorial primary started last week and will continue until May 11. Voters can cast their ballot at their county courthouse or courthouse annex on weekdays and also on Saturday, May 7.