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Early Voting - February 25, 2018

March 6, 2018
Primary Elections
Cumulative Totals
Thru Close of Business
February 25, 2018
County
Party Reg Voters # In Person On 2/25/2018 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 1,664 22,394 0.99% 12,642 35,036 1.55%
Harris
Democratic
2,257,546 2,683 24,935 1.10% 9,620 34,555 1.53%
Dallas
Republican
1,284,089 1,009 11,180 0.87% 4,275 15,455 1.20%
Dallas
Democratic
1,284,089 3,250 23,134 1.80% 3,895 27,029 2.10%
Tarrant
Republican
1,095,458 1,119 15,596 1.42% 5,467 21,063 1.92%
Tarrant
Democratic
1,095,458 1,078 10,382 0.95% 4,621 15,003 1.37%
Bexar
Republican
1,062,051 961 12,652 1.19% 3,514 16,166 1.52%
Bexar
Democratic
1,062,051 1,510 16,464 1.55% 3,336 19,800 1.86%
Travis
Republican
736,112 522 7,289 0.99% 1,153 8,442 1.15%
Travis
Democratic
736,112 1,651 19,082 2.59% 3,128 22,210 3.02%
Collin
Republican
551,400 1,355 13,226 2.40% 2,122 15,348 2.78%
Collin
Democratic
551,400 798 6,725 1.22% 976 7,701 1.40%
Denton
Republican
475,203 906 9,213 1.94% 1,462 10,675 2.25%
Denton
Democratic
475,203 665 5,305 1.12% 664 5,969 1.26%
El Paso
Republican
439,943 141 2,583 0.59% 327 2,910 0.66%
El Paso
Democratic
439,943 762 12,498 2.84% 2,252 14,750 3.35%
Fort Bend
Republican
414,668 396 6,558 1.58% 1,947 8,505 2.05%
Fort Bend
Democratic
414,668 369 4,862 1.17% 1,448 6,310 1.52%
Hidalgo
Republican
349,202 95 1,720 0.49% 235 1,955 0.56%
Hidalgo
Democratic
349,202 1,222 17,056 4.88% 1,635 18,691 5.35%
Montgomery
Republican
320,083 561 9,624 3.01% 4,223 13,847 4.33%
Montgomery
Democratic
320,083 102 1,622 0.51% 823 2,445 0.76%
Williamson
Republican
315,917 462 6,600 2.09% 2,370 8,970 2.84%
Williamson
Democratic
315,917 467 5,202 1.65% 1,403 6,605 2.09%
Galveston
Republican
207,821 280 6,009 2.89% 1,325 7,334 3.53%
Galveston
Democratic
207,821 92 1,675 0.81% 834 2,509 1.21%
Brazoria
Republican
201,229 415 6,425 3.19% 1,135 7,560 3.76%
Brazoria
Democratic
201,229 138 1,809 0.90% 462 2,271 1.13%
Cameron
Republican
201,020 2 745 0.37% 142 887 0.44%
Cameron
Democratic
201,020 13 3,856 1.92% 630 4,486 2.23%
Total
9,911,742 24,688 286,421 2.89% 78,066 364,487 3.68%