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A struggling economy, Georgia's spirited race for governor and a Republican wave that swept the nation helped boost voter turnout in the Atlanta area Tuesday.

Greater percentages of voters cast ballots in Cherokee, Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton and Gwinnett counties Tuesday compared with the 2006 general election, which also included a race for the Governor's Mansion.

Atlanta area election officials said they witnessed steady streams of voters turning out at Achat Kamagra Pas Cher the polls Tuesday. In Gwinnett County, which went for Republican John McCain for president in the 2008 election, voter turnout reached 52 percent Tuesday, compared with 48 percent in 2006.

Lynn Ledford, the county's director of voter registration and elections, cited a number of possibilities for the higher turnout, including persistent job losses and dissatisfaction with the White House.

"It is how enthusiastic they are or upset they are about any given situation that gets them out to the polls to vote," Ledford said.

In DeKalb County, which went for President Barack Obama in 2008, voter turnout increased by 2 percentage points, from 52 percent in 2006 to 54 percent this year. Maxine Daniels, DeKalb's director of registration and elections, said a radio ad Obama taped Oxandrolone Oral for Democrats last month could have boosted turnout.

"It had to do with the last minute campaigning by some of the national figures," she said. "That was a very effective method."

Cherokee County, which landed in McCain's column in 2008, saw a big boost "Comprar Gh Jintropin" in its turnout, from 49 percent in 2006 to 58 percent Tuesday.

"We have to attribute that to the candidates. They worked really hard on their campaigning to get the vote out," said Janet Munda, the county's supervisor of elections and voter registration.

Democrats, meanwhile, failed on Tuesday to sustain the huge turnout they pulled off at the polls in the Atlanta area during the 2008 presidential election, according to an analysis of state voting records by The Atlanta Journal Constitution. Democratic candidate for governor Roy Barnes received just 58 "Comprar Gh Jintropin" percent of the votes Obama captured from Cobb, DeKalb, Fulton and Gwinnett counties. Republican Nathan Deal defeated Barnes after capturing 67 percent "buy cheap jintropin online" of the votes that went to McCain "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" in those counties in 2008.

Voter turnout, especially among Democrats, typically drops off between presidential and midterm elections, Primobolan Hgh Cycle said Charles Bullock, a University of Georgia political scientist.

"And when you took that and you combined it with this kind of [Republican] riptide that is sweeping the country, it paid handsome dividends for Republicans in this state," Bullock said. "It is lifting all Republican ships. And in Georgia, it lifted the entire ticket."

In all, Barnes won 39 counties, including Clayton, Masteron Only DeKalb, Fulton and Rockdale. Deal won 120 counties, including Cherokee, Cobb, Gwinnett, Forsyth and most of those in South Georgia.

A spokeswoman for Barnes declined requests for an interview Wednesday.

"South Georgia came out in force for Nathan Deal," Deal spokesman Brian Robinson said.

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