It’s early in the early voting period in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, and remarkably, voting is slightly ahead of the 2016 general election for a special election for a House seat. That looks like a sign both of high enthusiasm and the immense amounts of money that have been poured into making voters aware of this race and turning them out to vote. Another sign? The nearly 8,000 new voters who registered or transferred their registrations from other parts of Georgia after a federal judge forced state officials to reopen voter registration until 30 days before the June 20 run-off election.