Texas sets early voting record in non-presidential year
Texans have already set a record for early voting in a non-presidential primary election year, and there’s still one more day to go on Friday.
More than 602,000 voters had cast ballots in the state’s largest counties in either the Democratic or Republican primaries through Wednesday. That does not count Thursday’s totals that were not available late Thursday, or Friday’s, when polls will again be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Four years ago, fewer than 600,000 people voted in the entire early voting season.
Harris County has also seen a new record. More than 116,000 people have voted early or... read more
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