Polls opened Monday morning across the state to kick off the presidential primary election.
Voters will decide who they'll want to face President Barack Obama in the November general election.
Bibb County Elections Supervisor Elaine Carr said it seems that more and more people are taking advantage of voting early.
"The voters are beginning to gradually really tune in to advance voting and they're really picking up on it," said Carr. "The 2008 general election, 29,000 of our voters voted in here in this office."
Carr said their office and others across the state will be open through Friday, March 2, and for the first time this year, you can also vote early on a Saturday.
"It will be February 25; we'll be open 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. for any voters that can't get in here during the week and have trouble on election day going," said Carr.