Some Bibb County voters say they were confused when they went to the poll for Tuesday's primary runoff. Voters who voted for candidates in a certain party on July 31st must also vote in the same party races in the runoff.
"Say they voted Republican, then they go today and there's no Republican ballot but there is a Democrat. It's because the Board of Ed race or whatever, those candidates qualify to another party," says Supervisor of Elections Elaine Carr.
Carr says this is the standard procecure in any run-off election. Ballots are personalized and voters cannot switch parties. "Some people will go to the precincts today and will be turned away, saying sorry we don't have a ballot for you," says Carr.
"I vote every election and I've got one thing. I don't understand yet why on top of the registrar slip, they have whether or not you're voting with a Democratic ballot or Republican ballot," says Johnny Hollingshed Jr. from Macon.