The last week of early voting for the Georgia Primary runoff is underway and most of the focus is on the congressional and senate races.
The Chatham County Voter Registration Office said they have actually seen more absentee voting than they did in the Primary Election in May.
The director said they have already received over 3,000 ballots either online or through the mail.
The primary is July 22 and the director said they've had a steady stream of early voters for the past couple of weeks.
The two big races most people are watching are the race for the Senate seat, which pegs Representative Jack Kingston and David Purdue and the Congressional seat with Dr. Bob Johnson facing State Senator Buddy Carter.
The people at the office said they are surprised that the numbers are higher now than they were in May.