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Early Voting - February 28, 2018

March 6, 2018
Primary Elections
Cumulative Totals
Thru Close of Business
February 28, 2018
County
Party Reg Voters # In Person On 2/28/2018 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 6,272 39,412 1.75% 17,696 57,108 2.53%
Harris
Democratic
2,257,546 7,137 43,922 1.95% 15,126 59,048 2.62%
Dallas
Republican
1,284,089 3,135 20,628 1.61% 6,228 26,856 2.09%
Dallas
Democratic
1,284,089 5,484 40,093 3.12% 5,475 45,568 3.55%
Tarrant
Republican
1,095,458 4,900 29,201 2.67% 6,963 36,164 3.30%
Tarrant
Democratic
1,095,458 3,497 19,988 1.82% 5,433 25,421 2.32%
Bexar
Republican
1,062,051 3,544 22,117 2.08% 5,177 27,294 2.57%
Bexar
Democratic
1,062,051 4,389 28,272 2.66% 5,383 33,655 3.17%
Travis
Republican
736,112 2,073 12,816 1.74% 1,928 14,744 2.00%
Travis
Democratic
736,112 6,243 34,217 4.65% 4,843 39,060 5.31%
Collin
Republican
551,400 3,313 23,401 4.24% 3,027 26,428 4.79%
Collin
Democratic
551,400 1,678 11,483 2.08% 1,361 12,844 2.33%
Denton
Republican
475,203 2,256 16,057 3.38% 2,542 18,599 3.91%
Denton
Democratic
475,203 1,167 8,836 1.86% 1,173 10,009 2.11%
El Paso
Republican
439,943 402 3,760 0.85% 471 4,231 0.96%
El Paso
Democratic
439,943 1,921 18,494 4.20% 2,963 21,457 4.88%
Fort Bend
Republican
414,668 1,570 11,103 2.68% 2,827 13,930 3.36%
Fort Bend
Democratic
414,668 1,432 8,551 2.06% 2,018 10,569 2.55%
Hidalgo
Republican
349,202 329 2,728 0.78% 354 3,082 0.88%
Hidalgo
Democratic
349,202 2,524 24,347 6.97% 1,898 26,245 7.52%
Montgomery
Republican
320,083 2,070 15,415 4.82% 5,207 20,622 6.44%
Montgomery
Democratic
320,083 423 2,733 0.85% 995 3,728 1.16%
Williamson
Republican
315,917 1,814 11,579 3.67% 2,912 14,491 4.59%
Williamson
Democratic
315,917 1,268 8,532 2.70% 1,672 10,204 3.23%
Galveston
Republican
207,821 1,257 9,701 4.67% 1,849 11,550 5.56%
Galveston
Democratic
207,821 453 3,019 1.45% 1,220 4,239 2.04%
Brazoria
Republican
201,229 1,272 10,160 5.05% 1,592 11,752 5.84%
Brazoria
Democratic
201,229 471 3,141 1.56% 659 3,800 1.89%
Cameron
Republican
201,020 171 1,237 0.62% 248 1,485 0.74%
Cameron
Democratic
201,020 773 6,109 3.04% 737 6,846 3.41%
Total
9,911,742 73,238 491,052 4.95% 109,977 601,029 6.06%