Early voting continues through Friday.
Through yesterday (Monday), Day 8, more than 3.35M people have voted in person or by mail in the 30 counties with the most registered voters. In 2014, a total of 3.59M votes were cast in those counties, including Election Day. Ten counties have already seen more voters in eight days than voted in 2014 in the entire early voting period and Election Day.
More than 2.8M people have voted in the 15 counties with the most registered voters, just 160K fewer than at this point in 2016. Dallas and Williamson Cos. are ahead of their 2016 pace. Monday’s single day turnout exceeded the same Monday in 2016 in Bexar, Collin (by 7 voters), Dallas, Fort Bend and Travis Cos. Single-day turnout has nearly mirrored 2016 each day.
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