Record 885K vote in Texas primaries
Texas voters didn’t just set a record for early voting in a primary during a non-presidential election.
They obliterated the records.
More than 885,000 people voted in the Texas primaries through early voting or by mail in the state’s most populous counties, according the the Texas Secretary of State’s office. That is a 50 percent increase from the previous high of 592,000 in 2014, the last election cycle with the governor on the ballot.
For the first time in a decade more people voted in a Democratic Primary than a Republican Primary in the state’s largest counties. The last time Democrats... read more
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