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Early Voting - February 29, 2000

March 14, 2000
Early Voting
Cumulative Totals
Thru Close of Business
February 29, 2000

County Reg Voters Party # In Person On Feb 28 Cum In- Person Voters Cum % In- Person Cum By Mail Voters Cum In- Person And Mail Voters Cum % Early Voting
Harris *
1,754,645
Republican
1,291
2,618
0.15%
4,490
7,108
0.41%
Harris *
1,754,645
Democratic
332
614
0.03%
599
1,213
0.07%
Dallas
1,161,587
Republican
1,177
2,127
0.18%
210
2,337
0.20%
Dallas
1,161,587
Democratic
289
617
0.05%
1,032
1,649
0.14%
Bexar
824,948
Republican
1,622
4,372
0.53%
137
4,509
0.55%
Bexar
824,948
Democratic
972
3,061
0.37%
1,087
4,148
0.50%
Tarrant
801,260
Republican
860
1,558
0.19%
599
2,157
0.27%
Tarrant
801,260
Democratic
188
372
0.05%
734
1,106
0.14%
Travis
526,711
Republican
1,187
2,791
0.53%
60
2,851
0.54%
Travis
526,711
Democratic
814
1,799
0.34%
43
1,842
0.35%
El Paso
334,880
Republican
457
721
0.22%
1
722
0.22%
El Paso
334,880
Democratic
611
1,320
0.39%
3
1,323
0.40%
Collin
270,654
Republican
593
1,073
0.40%
0
1,073
0.40%
Collin
270,654
Democratic
46
89
0.03%
2
91
0.03%
Denton
252,562
Republican
456
807
0.32%
0
807
0.32%
Denton
252,562
Democratic
46
91
0.04%
0
91
0.04%
Hidalgo
232,903
Republican
172
700
0.30%
3
703
0.30%
Hidalgo
232,903
Democratic
1,422
7,325
3.15%
320
7,645
3.28%
Nueces
194,764
Republican
302
945
0.49%
6
951
0.49%
Nueces
194,764
Democratic
470
1,605
0.82%
0
1,605
0.82%
Fort Bend
182,860
Republican
266
564
0.31%
12
576
0.31%
Fort Bend
182,860
Democratic
53
101
0.06%
7
108
0.06%
Montgomery
169,206
Republican
469
1,021
0.60%
156
1,177
0.70%
Montgomery
169,206
Democratic
32
70
0.04%
53
123
0.07%
Galveston
167,620
Republican
172
320
0.19%
0
320
0.19%
Galveston
167,620
Democratic
235
548
0.33%
411
959
0.57%
Jefferson
160,112
Republican
329
1,017
0.64%
15
1,032
0.64%
Jefferson
160,112
Democratic
469
1,454
0.91%
40
1,494
0.93%
Lubbock
144,837
Republican
406
701
0.48%
33
734
0.51%
Lubbock
144,837
Democratic
81
125
0.09%
11
136
0.09%
Total
7,179,549
15,819
40,526
0.56%
10,064
50,590
0.70%
* Updated 3/2/2000
** Cumulative