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Early Voting - March 5, 2000

March 14, 2000
Early Voting
Cumulative Totals
Thru Close of Business
March 5, 2000

County Reg Voters Party # In Person On Mar 5 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
895
10,656
0.61%
6,772
17,428
0.99%
Harris
1,754,645
Democratic
191
2,282
0.13%
1,081
3,363
0.19%
Dallas
1,161,587
Republican
206
8,347
0.72%
331
8,678
0.75%
Dallas
1,161,587
Democratic
775
3,048
0.26%
1,382
4,430
0.38%
Bexar
824,948
Republican
857
12,330
1.49%
662
12,992
1.57%
Bexar
824,948
Democratic
470
7,117
0.86%
1,927
9,044
1.10%
Tarrant
801,260
Republican
337
6,125
0.76%
1,240
7,365
0.92%
Tarrant
801,260
Democratic
59
1,264
0.16%
1,391
2,655
0.33%
Travis
526,711
Republican
964
9,482
1.80%
99
9,581
1.82%
Travis
526,711
Democratic
540
6,166
1.17%
74
6,240
1.18%
El Paso *
334,880
Republican
173
2,701
0.81%
70
2,771
0.83%
El Paso
334,880
Democratic
174
3,799
1.13%
89
3,888
1.16%
Collin
270,654
Republican
295
4,044
1.49%
17
4,061
1.50%
Collin
270,654
Democratic
30
313
0.12%
7
320
0.12%
Denton
252,562
Republican
138
2,999
1.19%
8
3,007
1.19%
Denton
252,562
Democratic
20
325
0.13%
2
327
0.13%
Hidalgo
232,903
Republican
127
1,645
0.71%
4
1,649
0.71%
Hidalgo
232,903
Democratic
1,059
13,183
5.66%
1,290
14,473
6.21%
Nueces
194,764
Republican
141
2,347
1.21%
43
2,390
1.23%
Nueces
194,764
Democratic
236
3,936
2.02%
50
3,986
2.05%
Fort Bend
182,860
Republican
178
2,411
1.32%
34
2,445
1.34%
Fort Bend
182,860
Democratic
24
361
0.20%
15
376
0.21%
Montgomery
169,206
Republican
120
3,441
2.03%
210
3,651
2.16%
Montgomery
169,206
Democratic
10
243
0.14%
60
303
0.18%
Galveston
167,620
Republican
54
1,113
0.66%
57
1,170
0.70%
Galveston
167,620
Democratic
158
1,630
0.97%
611
2,241
1.34%
Jefferson
160,112
Republican
149
4,443
2.77%
20
4,463
2.79%
Jefferson
160,112
Democratic
228
3,610
2.25%
75
3,685
2.30%
Lubbock
144,837
Republican
222
3,024
2.09%
46
3,070
2.12%
Lubbock
144,837
Democratic
112
725
0.50%
15
740
0.51%
Total
7,179,549
8,942
123,110
1.71%
17,682
140,792
1.96%
* Updated 3/7/2000
** Cumulative