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Early Voting - February 26, 2018

March 6, 2018
Primary Elections
Cumulative Totals
Thru Close of Business
February 26, 2018
County
Party Reg Voters # In Person On 2/26/2018 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 5,103 27,497 1.22% 13,812 41,309 1.83%
Harris
Democratic
2,257,546 5,729 30,664 1.36% 11,207 41,871 1.85%
Dallas
Republican
1,284,089 3,321 14,501 1.13% 5,135 19,636 1.53%
Dallas
Democratic
1,284,089 6,346 29,480 2.30% 4,461 33,941 2.64%
Tarrant
Republican
1,095,458 4,421 20,017 1.83% 6,192 26,209 2.39%
Tarrant
Democratic
1,095,458 2,985 13,367 1.22% 4,991 18,358 1.68%
Bexar
Republican
1,062,051 2,821 15,473 1.46% 4,210 19,683 1.85%
Bexar
Democratic
1,062,051 3,542 20,006 1.88% 3,997 24,003 2.26%
Travis
Republican
736,112 1,668 8,957 1.22% 1,535 10,492 1.43%
Travis
Democratic
736,112 4,101 23,183 3.15% 4,005 27,188 3.69%
Collin
Republican
551,400 3,701 16,927 3.07% 2,533 19,460 3.53%
Collin
Democratic
551,400 1,605 8,330 1.51% 1,109 9,439 1.71%
Denton
Republican
475,203 2,403 11,616 2.44% 2,218 13,834 2.91%
Denton
Democratic
475,203 1,279 6,584 1.39% 969 7,553 1.59%
El Paso
Republican
439,943 413 2,996 0.68% 368 3,364 0.76%
El Paso
Democratic
439,943 2,124 14,622 3.32% 2,431 17,053 3.88%
Fort Bend
Republican
414,668 1,376 7,934 1.91% 2,520 10,454 2.52%
Fort Bend
Democratic
414,668 1,081 5,943 1.43% 1,802 7,745 1.87%
Hidalgo
Republican
349,202 285 2,005 0.57% 290 2,295 0.66%
Hidalgo
Democratic
349,202 2,225 19,281 5.52% 1,782 21,063 6.03%
Montgomery
Republican
320,083 1,817 11,441 3.57% 4,633 16,074 5.02%
Montgomery
Democratic
320,083 294 1,916 0.60% 879 2,795 0.87%
Williamson
Republican
315,917 1,585 8,185 2.59% 2,601 10,786 3.41%
Williamson
Democratic
315,917 928 6,130 1.94% 1,525 7,655 2.42%
Galveston
Republican
207,821 1,173 7,182 3.46% 1,555 8,737 4.20%
Galveston
Democratic
207,821 418 2,093 1.01% 957 3,050 1.47%
Brazoria
Republican
201,229 1,207 7,632 3.79% 1,416 9,048 4.50%
Brazoria
Democratic
201,229 407 2,216 1.10% 594 2,810 1.40%
Cameron
Republican
201,020 141 886 0.44% 169 1,055 0.52%
Cameron
Democratic
201,020 657 4,513 2.25% 669 5,182 2.58%
Total
9,911,742 65,156 351,577 3.55% 90,565 442,142 4.46%