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Early Voting - February 19, 2010

March 2, 2010
Early Voting
Cumulative Totals
Thru Close of Business
February 19, 2010
County
Reg Voters Party # In Person On 2/19/2010 Cumulative In-Person Voters Cumulative % In-Person Cumulative By Mail Voters Cumulative In-Person And Mail Voters Cumulative Percent Early Voting
Harris
1,889,378
Republican
3,768
12,571
0.67%
8,496
21,067
1.12%
Harris
1,889,378
Democratic
2,097
8,229
0.44%
4,129
12,358
0.65%
Dallas
1,129,814
Republican
2,249
8,260
0.73%
1,066
9,326
0.83%
Dallas
1,129,814
Democratic
121
4,679
0.41%
1,461
6,140
0.54%
Tarrant
924,682
Republican
2,888
10,183
1.10%
1,308
11,491
1.24%
Tarrant
924,682
Democratic
542
1,995
0.22%
694
2,689
0.29%
Bexar
891,082
Republican
2,566
9,756
1.09%
597
10,353
1.16%
Bexar
891,082
Democratic
1,579
7,195
0.81%
1,175
8,370
0.94%
Travis
586,882
Republican
1,418
5,820
0.99%
320
6,140
1.05%
Travis
586,882
Democratic
1,106
4,415
0.75%
199
4,614
0.79%
Collin
413,772
Republican
1,927
6,830
1.65%
589
7,419
1.79%
Collin
413,772
Democratic
187
695
0.17%
31
726
0.18%
El Paso
375,128
Republican
654
2,786
0.74%
152
2,938
0.78%
El Paso
375,128
Democratic
1,401
6,695
1.78%
149
6,844
1.82%
Denton
355,340
Republican
1,086
4,087
1.15%
548
4,635
1.30%
Denton
355,340
Democratic
142
479
0.13%
29
508
0.14%
Fort Bend
300,777
Republican
878
2,796
0.93%
1,674
4,470
1.49%
Fort Bend
300,777
Democratic
301
1,131
0.38%
48
1,179
0.39%
Hidalgo
290,097
Republican
194
964
0.33%
20
984
0.34%
Hidalgo
290,097
Democratic
2,304
11,018
3.80%
214
11,232
3.87%
Montgomery
243,027
Republican
1,359
4,716
1.94%
519
5,235
2.15%
Montgomery
243,027
Democratic
135
489
0.20%
34
523
0.22%
Williamson
230,122
Republican
1,294
4,401
1.91%
409
4,810
2.09%
Williamson
230,122
Democratic
285
1,041
0.45%
15
1,056
0.46%
Nueces
188,165
Republican
517
2,249
1.20%
95
2,344
1.25%
Nueces
188,165
Democratic
425
1,806
0.96%
142
1,948
1.04%
Galveston
179,928
Republican
476
1,773
0.99%
65
1,838
1.02%
Galveston
179,928
Democratic
236
1,215
0.68%
392
1,607
0.89%
Cameron
171,024
Republican
178
737
0.43%
10
747
0.44%
Cameron
171,024
Democratic
690
3,186
1.86%
114
3,300
1.93%
Total
8,169,218
 
33,003
132,197
1.62%
24,694
156,891
1.92%