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.
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]