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Living Atlanta History, Brought to You By Twitter, YouTube and Internet Comment Boards

Hark! Democracy shines in Georgia, as turnout is reported to have been heavy in early voting today on the T-SPLOST referendum (among other issues). Some snapshots of T-SPLOST-related action:

Ludacris says Vote Yes- Atlanta rapper, movie star and general local boy made good Chris 'Ludacris' Bridges took to the Twitters to shout out to Kasim Reed and make his recommendation.
[Creative Loafing]

The Atlanta BeltLine- while the 22-mile "Emerald Necklace" lacks the ability to actually cast a vote, its fate is tied in part to T-SPLOST's success, so BeltLine staffers released a video illustrating the stakes. [YouTube]

And On The Internets- our friends over at Decatur Metro are watching the proceedings and have an open Comment thread to allow the web-surfing public to keep us updated on the day's proceedings. Highlights thus far: reports of some perhaps overly-zealous campaigners at First Baptist Church on Clairemont. [Decatur Metro]