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Early Voting - February 26, 2016

March 1 , 2016
Primary Elections
Cumulative Totals
Thru Close of Business
February 26, 2016
County
Party Reg Voters # In Person On 2/26/2016 Cumulative In-Person Voters Cumulative % In-Person Cumulative By Mail Voters Cumulative In-Person And Mail Voters Cumulative Percent Early Voting
Harris
Republican
2,102,820
31,089
110,365
5.25%
20,780
131,145
6.24%
Harris
Democratic
2,102,820
19,480
72,759
3.46%
13,034
85,793
4.08%
Dallas
Republican
1,217,771
16,765
59,034
4.85%
5,240
64,274
5.28%
Dallas
Democratic
1,217,771
15,193
53,776
4.42%
3,660
57,436
4.72%
Tarrant
Republican
1,019,633
24,635
87,324
8.56%
7,764
95,088
9.33%
Tarrant
Democratic
1,019,633
10,719
38,128
3.74%
6,180
44,308
4.35%
Bexar
Republican
977,150
14,965
57,290
5.86%
3,849
61,139
6.26%
Bexar
Democratic
977,150
11,393
48,638
4.98%
6,013
54,651
5.59%
Travis
Republican
667,116
7,881
30,812
4.62%
1,538
32,350
4.85%
Travis
Democratic
667,116
15,042
56,172
8.42%
4,842
61,014
9.15%
Collin
Republican
500,059
17,699
58,069
11.61%
1,670
59,739
11.95%
Collin
Democratic
500,059
4,645
16,636
3.33%
1,026
17,662
3.53%
Denton
Republican
429,934
11,260
43,445
10.11%
2,853
46,298
10.77%
Denton
Democratic
429,934
3,143
12,675
2.95%
745
13,420
3.12%
El Paso
Republican
401,489
2,817
8,046
2.00%
196
8,242
2.05%
El Paso
Democratic
401,489
4,876
16,521
4.11%
1,278
17,799
4.43%
Fort Bend
Republican
380,982
8,585
26,792
7.03%
2,207
28,999
7.61%
Fort Bend
Democratic
380,982
3,609
12,527
3.29%
1,991
14,518
3.81%
Hidalgo
Republican
318,297
2,890
9,463
2.97%
79
9,542
3.00%
Hidalgo
Democratic
318,297
7,775
41,561
13.06%
1,897
43,458
13.65%
Montgomery
Republican
293,067
9,533
37,753
12.88%
3,738
41,491
14.16%
Montgomery
Democratic
293,067
980
4,106
1.40%
500
4,606
1.57%
Williamson
Republican
281,615
7,718
29,111
10.34%
2,634
31,745
11.27%
Williamson
Democratic
281,615
2,974
11,676
4.15%
1,305
12,981
4.61%
Galveston
Republican
197,168
5,148
17,622
8.94%
1,169
18,791
9.53%
Galveston
Democratic
197,168
1,185
4,248
2.15%
1,124
5,372
2.72%
Nueces
Republican
188,421
2,709
10,724
5.69%
425
11,149
5.92%
Nueces
Democratic
188,421
1,756
8,703
4.62%
2,324
11,027
5.85%
Brazoria
Republican
187,464
5,230
17,542
9.36%
674
18,216
9.72%
Brazoria
Democratic
187,464
1,355
4,436
2.37%
378
4,814
2.57%
Total
 
9,162,986
273,049
1,005,954
10.98%
101,113
1,107,067
12.08%