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Early Voting - February 24, 2018

March 6, 2018
Primary Elections
Cumulative Totals
Thru Close of Business
February 24, 2018
County
Party Reg Voters # In Person On 2/24/2018 Cumulative In-Person Voters Cumulative % In-Person Cumulative By Mail Voters Cumulative In-Person And Mail Voters Cumulative Percent Early Voting
Harris
Republican
2,257,546 4,677 20,730 0.92% 12,642 33,372 1.48%
Harris
Democratic
2,257,546 6,142 22,252 0.99% 9,620 31,872 1.41%
Dallas
Republican
1,284,089 2,509 10,171 0.79% 4,275 14,446 1.12%
Dallas
Democratic
1,284,089 5,769 19,884 1.55% 3,895 23,779 1.85%
Tarrant
Republican
1,095,458 3,209 14,477 1.32% 5,461 19,938 1.82%
Tarrant
Democratic
1,095,458 2,462 9,304 0.85% 4,611 13,915 1.27%
Bexar
Republican
1,062,051 2,505 11,691 1.10% 3,268 14,959 1.41%
Bexar
Democratic
1,062,051 3,351 14,954 1.41% 2,853 17,807 1.68%
Travis
Republican
736,112 1,493 6,767 0.92% 1,153 7,920 1.08%
Travis
Democratic
736,112 3,399 17,431 2.37% 3,128 20,559 2.79%
Collin
Republican
551,400 3,195 11,871 2.15% 2,122 13,993 2.54%
Collin
Democratic
551,400 1,861 5,927 1.07% 976 6,903 1.25%
Denton
Republican
475,203 2,119 8,307 1.75% 1,462 9,769 2.06%
Denton
Democratic
475,203 1,498 4,640 0.98% 664 5,304 1.12%
El Paso
Republican
439,943 323 2,442 0.56% 327 2,769 0.63%
El Paso
Democratic
439,943 1,570 11,736 2.67% 2,252 13,988 3.18%
Fort Bend
Republican
414,668 1,242 6,162 1.49% 1,947 8,109 1.96%
Fort Bend
Democratic
414,668 1,193 4,493 1.08% 1,448 5,941 1.43%
Hidalgo
Republican
349,202 254 1,625 0.47% 235 1,860 0.53%
Hidalgo
Democratic
349,202 3,049 15,834 4.53% 1,635 17,469 5.00%
Montgomery
Republican
320,083 1,799 9,063 2.83% 4,223 13,286 4.15%
Montgomery
Democratic
320,083 353 1,520 0.47% 823 2,343 0.73%
Williamson
Republican
315,917 1,258 6,138 1.94% 2,370 8,508 2.69%
Williamson
Democratic
315,917 1,198 4,735 1.50% 1,403 6,138 1.94%
Galveston
Republican
207,821 805 5,729 2.76% 1,325 7,054 3.39%
Galveston
Democratic
207,821 249 1,583 0.76% 834 2,417 1.16%
Brazoria
Republican
201,229 1,303 6,010 2.99% 1,135 7,145 3.55%
Brazoria
Democratic
201,229 468 1,671 0.83% 462 2,133 1.06%
Cameron
Republican
201,020 65 743 0.37% 142 885 0.44%
Cameron
Democratic
201,020 311 3,843 1.91% 630 4,473 2.23%
Total
9,911,742 59,629 261,733 2.64% 77,321 339,054 3.42%