Three billboards in the Azalea City will display presidential election results.
In all, more than 70 billboards across Georgia will keep motorists updated.
The billboards begin their election updates after the first polls close on the East Coast.
James Locke with Lamar Advertising says, "In today's society, not everyone can be at home, sitting all the time and we just figured this is such an important presidential race that we wanted to be able to get the results to people and just allow them to see them if they can't run home and be in front of the TV."
Locke says the billboards in Valdosta are situated near stop lights, and are safe for drivers to see.