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Early Voting - March 1, 2000

March 14, 2000
Early Voting
Cumulative Totals
Thru Close of Business
March 1, 2000

County Reg Voters Party # In Person On Mar 1 ** In- Person Voters ** % In- Person ** By Mail Voters ** In- Person And Mail Voters ** % Early Voting
Harris *
1,754,645
Republican
1,417
4,035
0.23%
5,406
9,441
0.54%
Harris *
1,754,645
Democratic
302
916
0.05%
766
1,682
0.10%
Dallas
1,161,587
Republican
1,477
3,604
0.31%
226
3,830
0.33%
Dallas
1,161,587
Democratic
385
1,002
0.09%
1,146
2,148
0.18%
Bexar
824,948
Republican
1,665
6,037
0.73%
246
6,283
0.76%
Bexar
824,948
Democratic
896
3,957
0.48%
1,370
5,327
0.65%
Tarrant
801,260
Republican
960
2,518
0.31%
760
3,278
0.41%
Tarrant
801,260
Democratic
186
558
0.07%
935
1,493
0.19%
Travis
526,711
Republican
1,570
4,361
0.83%
66
4,427
0.84%
Travis
526,711
Democratic
1,124
2,923
0.55%
48
2,971
0.56%
El Paso
334,880
Republican
573
1,294
0.39%
2
1,296
0.39%
El Paso
334,880
Democratic
508
1,828
0.55%
6
1,834
0.55%
Collin
270,654
Republican
588
1,661
0.61%
1
1,662
0.61%
Collin
270,654
Democratic
44
133
0.05%
2
135
0.05%
Denton
252,562
Republican
490
1,297
0.51%
0
1,297
0.51%
Denton
252,562
Democratic
46
137
0.05%
0
137
0.05%
Hidalgo
232,903
Republican
254
954
0.41%
4
958
0.41%
Hidalgo
232,903
Democratic
1,524
8,849
3.80%
654
9,503
4.08%
Nueces
194,764
Republican
371
1,316
0.68%
11
1,327
0.68%
Nueces
194,764
Democratic
494
2,289
1.18%
6
2,295
1.18%
Fort Bend
182,860
Republican
336
900
0.49%
19
919
0.50%
Fort Bend
182,860
Democratic
45
146
0.08%
10
156
0.09%
Montgomery
169,206
Republican
481
1,502
0.89%
167
1,669
0.99%
Montgomery
169,206
Democratic
28
98
0.06%
56
154
0.09%
Galveston
167,620
Republican
155
475
0.28%
23
498
0.30%
Galveston
167,620
Democratic
275
823
0.49%
494
1,317
0.79%
Jefferson
160,112
Republican
292
1,309
0.82%
16
1,325
0.83%
Jefferson
160,112
Democratic
412
1,866
1.17%
47
1,913
1.19%
Lubbock
144,837
Republican
416
1,117
0.77%
38
1,155
0.80%
Lubbock
144,837
Democratic
71
196
0.14%
14
210
0.14%
Total
7,179,549
17,385
58,101
0.81%
12,539
70,640
0.98%
* Updated 3/2/2000
** Cumulative