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Early Voting - February 22, 2016

March 1 , 2016
Primary Elections
Cumulative Totals
Thru Close of Business
February 22, 2016
County
Party Reg Voters # In Person On 2/22/2016 Cumulative In-Person Voters Cumulative % In-Person Cumulative By Mail Voters Cumulative In-Person And Mail Voters Cumulative Percent Early Voting
Harris
Republican
2,102,820
7,906
40,547
1.93%
14,681
55,228
2.63%
Harris
Democratic
2,102,820
4,983
28,344
1.35%
10,180
38,524
1.83%
Dallas
Republican
1,217,771
4,717
27,672
2.27%
3,560
31,232
2.56%
Dallas
Democratic
1,217,771
4,325
27,318
2.24%
2,400
29,718
2.44%
Tarrant
Republican
1,019,633
6,969
32,910
3.23%
5,649
38,559
3.78%
Tarrant
Democratic
1,019,633
3,164
15,430
1.51%
5,190
20,620
2.02%
Bexar
Republican
977,150
4,446
21,050
2.15%
1,901
22,951
2.35%
Bexar
Democratic
977,150
3,748
21,554
2.21%
3,938
25,492
2.61%
Travis
Republican
667,116
2,574
11,002
1.65%
987
11,989
1.80%
Travis
Democratic
667,116
4,286
21,811
3.27%
3,515
25,326
3.80%
Collin
Republican
500,059
4,479
20,510
4.10%
1,098
21,608
4.32%
Collin
Democratic
500,059
1,308
6,801
1.36%
755
7,556
1.51%
Denton
Republican
429,934
3,374
17,818
4.14%
2,051
19,869
4.62%
Denton
Democratic
429,934
1,004
6,090
1.42%
576
6,666
1.55%
El Paso
Republican
401,489
560
2,358
0.59%
107
2,465
0.61%
El Paso
Democratic
401,489
1,332
6,516
1.62%
874
7,390
1.84%
Fort Bend
Republican
380,982
1,748
9,063
2.38%
1,527
10,590
2.78%
Fort Bend
Democratic
380,982
906
4,815
1.26%
1,570
6,385
1.68%
Hidalgo
Republican
318,297
648
3,503
1.10%
49
3,552
1.12%
Hidalgo
Democratic
318,297
3,002
23,391
7.35%
1,337
24,728
7.77%
Montgomery
Republican
293,067
2,864
16,119
5.50%
2,310
18,429
6.29%
Montgomery
Democratic
293,067
318
1,700
0.58%
408
2,108
0.72%
Williamson
Republican
281,615
2,275
11,554
4.10%
1,939
13,493
4.79%
Williamson
Democratic
281,615
899
4,853
1.72%
854
5,707
2.03%
Galveston
Republican
197,168
1,246
6,863
3.48%
699
7,562
3.84%
Galveston
Democratic
197,168
348
1,622
0.82%
819
2,441
1.24%
Nueces
Republican
188,421
844
4,375
2.32%
225
4,600
2.44%
Nueces
Democratic
188,421
653
4,404
2.34%
1,840
6,244
3.31%
Brazoria
Republican
187,464
1,276
6,765
3.61%
463
7,228
3.86%
Brazoria
Democratic
187,464
320
1,659
0.88%
288
1,947
1.04%
Total
9,162,986
76,522
408,417
4.46%
71,790
480,207
5.24%