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Early Voting - March 4, 2000

March 14, 2000
Early Voting
Cumulative Totals
Thru Close of Business
March 4, 2000

County Reg Voters Party # In Person On Mar. 4 ** In- Person Voters ** % In- Person ** By Mail Voters ** In- Person And Mail Voters ** % Early Voting
Harris
1,754,645
Republican
2,192
9,761
0.56%
6,772
16,533
0.94%
Harris
1,754,645
Democratic
341
2,091
0.12%
1,081
3,172
0.18%
Dallas
1,161,587
Republican
1,717
8,141
0.70%
331
8,472
0.73%
Dallas
1,161,587
Democratic
500
2,273
0.20%
1,382
3,655
0.31%
Bexar
824,948
Republican
2,018
11,473
1.39%
662
12,135
1.47%
Bexar
824,948
Democratic
1,018
6,647
0.81%
1,927
8,574
1.04%
Tarrant
801,260
Republican
1,123
5,788
0.72%
1,163
6,951
0.87%
Tarrant
801,260
Democratic
222
1,205
0.15%
1,348
2,553
0.32%
Travis
526,711
Republican
1,719
8,518
1.62%
99
8,617
1.64%
Travis
526,711
Democratic
1,076
5,626
1.07%
74
5,700
1.08%
El Paso *
334,880
Republican
364
2,528
0.75%
70
2,598
0.78%
El Paso
334,880
Democratic
497
3,625
1.08%
89
3,714
1.11%
Collin
270,654
Republican
886
3,749
1.39%
17
3,766
1.39%
Collin
270,654
Democratic
69
283
0.10%
7
290
0.11%
Denton
252,562
Republican
606
2,861
1.13%
5
2,866
1.13%
Denton
252,562
Democratic
62
305
0.12%
2
307
0.12%
Hidalgo
232,903
Republican
112
1,518
0.65%
4
1,522
0.65%
Hidalgo
232,903
Democratic
2,105
14,005
6.01%
1,270
15,275
6.56%
Nueces
194,764
Republican
213
2,206
1.13%
43
2,249
1.15%
Nueces
194,764
Democratic
428
3,700
1.90%
50
3,750
1.93%
Fort Bend
182,860
Republican
535
2,233
1.22%
34
2,267
1.24%
Fort Bend
182,860
Democratic
74
337
0.18%
15
352
0.19%
Montgomery
169,206
Republican
576
3,321
1.96%
210
3,531
2.09%
Montgomery
169,206
Democratic
43
233
0.14%
60
293
0.17%
Galveston
167,620
Republican
167
1,059
0.63%
57
1,116
0.67%
Galveston
167,620
Democratic
109
1,472
0.88%
611
2,083
1.24%
Jefferson
160,112
Republican
324
2,294
1.43%
20
2,314
1.45%
Jefferson
160,112
Democratic
477
3,382
2.11%
75
3,457
2.16%
Lubbock
144,837
Republican
711
2,802
1.93%
46
2,848
1.97%
Lubbock
144,837
Democratic
262
613
0.42%
15
628
0.43%
Total
7,179,549
20,546
114,049
1.59%
17,539
131,588
1.83%
* Updated 3/7/2000
** Cumulative