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Record 4.8 Million Texans Turnout for Midterm Early Voting

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    Record Turnout for Midterm Early Voting

    According to the Secretary of State's office, midterm early voting numbers have shattered records across counties in North Texas. (Published Monday, Nov. 5, 2018)

    Texas came out in record numbers during the last two weeks to cast their votes with 4.8 million people across Texas hitting the polls for early voting. 

    According to the Secretary of State's office, Dallas County, Tarrant County and Collin County all more than doubled their voter turn out when compared to midterm elections in past years.

    The graph below compares the early voting totals by day for each of those counties and will be updated each morning with the previous day's early voting totals.

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    Dallas County: 529,521 (of 1,335,313 registered) – 39.66 percent of registered voters
    Tarrant County: 465,817 (of 1,122,597 registered) – 41.49 percent of registered voters
    Collin County: 286,393 (of 579,893 registered) – 49.39 percent of registered voters
    Denton County: 228,650 (of 497,490 registered) – 45.96 percent of registered voters
    Ellis County: 45,163 (of 108,349 registered) – 41.68 percent of registered voters
    Parker County: 40,750 (of 91,878 registered) – 44.36 percent of registered voters

    For information on polling locations, click here.

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