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Early Voting - March 2, 2000

March 14, 2000
Early Voting
Cumulative Totals
Thru Close of Business
March 2, 2000

County Reg Voters Party # In Person On Mar 2 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
1,389
5,424
0.31%
6,170
11,594
0.66%
Harris *
1,754,645
Democratic
393
1,309
0.07%
917
2,226
0.13%
Dallas
1,161,587
Republican
1,139
4,743
0.41%
265
5,008
0.43%
Dallas
1,161,587
Democratic
326
1,328
0.11%
1,218
2,546
0.22%
Bexar
824,948
Republican
1,528
7,565
0.92%
433
7,998
0.97%
Bexar
824,948
Democratic
814
4,771
0.58%
1,645
6,416
0.78%
Tarrant
801,260
Republican
801
3,319
0.41%
919
4,238
0.53%
Tarrant
801,260
Democratic
155
713
0.09%
1,090
1,803
0.23%
Travis
526,711
Republican
1,139
5,500
1.04%
66
5,566
1.06%
Travis
526,711
Democratic
750
3,673
0.70%
48
3,721
0.71%
El Paso
334,880
Republican
448
1,742
0.52%
16
1,758
0.52%
El Paso
334,880
Democratic
593
2,421
0.72%
70
2,491
0.74%
Collin
270,654
Republican
499
2,160
0.80%
3
2,163
0.80%
Collin
270,654
Democratic
30
163
0.06%
2
165
0.06%
Denton
252,562
Republican
359
1,656
0.66%
2
1,658
0.66%
Denton
252,562
Democratic
46
183
0.07%
0
183
0.07%
Hidalgo
232,903
Republican
234
1,188
0.51%
4
1,192
0.51%
Hidalgo
232,903
Democratic
1,546
10,395
4.46%
913
11,308
4.86%
Nueces
194,764
Republican
341
1,657
0.85%
22
1,679
0.86%
Nueces
194,764
Democratic
465
2,754
1.41%
19
2,773
1.42%
Fort Bend
182,860
Republican
358
1,258
0.69%
28
1,286
0.70%
Fort Bend
182,860
Democratic
45
191
0.10%
14
205
0.11%
Montgomery
169,206
Republican
529
2,031
1.20%
180
2,211
1.31%
Montgomery
169,206
Democratic
36
134
0.08%
57
191
0.11%
Galveston
167,620
Republican
159
634
0.38%
39
673
0.40%
Galveston
167,620
Democratic
214
1,037
0.62%
518
1,555
0.93%
Jefferson
160,112
Republican
315
1,624
1.01%
18
1,642
1.03%
Jefferson
160,112
Democratic
488
2,354
1.47%
60
2,414
1.51%
Lubbock
144,837
Republican
366
1,483
1.02%
42
1,525
1.05%
Lubbock
144,837
Democratic
75
271
0.19%
15
286
0.20%
Total
7,179,549
15,580
73,681
1.03%
14,793
88,474
1.23%
* Updated 3/2/2000
** Cumulative