Texas did indeed break its record for early voting turnout, measured by the number of people voting early in person or by mail in the 15 counties with the most registered voters. Through Day 10 (Wednesday), 3.66M Texans have voted early in those counties, breaking the 2008 record with two days to go.

Turnout may have passed the 4M mark today (Thursday), but we will not know until midday tomorrow (Friday).

Harris Co. saw the second highest turnout for in-person early voting on Thursday. Overall, almost 870K have voted early in person or by mail. Nine of the 10 vote centers with the highest in-person voting totals are located in districts represented by Republicans, and eight of the 10 vote centers with the lowest in-person voting totals are located in districts represented by Democrats.

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