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Georgia Code Title 21. Elections § 21-2-380

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(a)?As used in this article, the term ?absentee elector? means an elector of this state or a municipality thereof who casts a ballot in a primary, election, or runoff other than in person at the polls on the day of such primary, election, or runoff.

(b)?An elector who votes by absentee ballot shall not be required to provide a reason in order to cast an absentee ballot in any primary, election, or runoff.

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