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DeBeauvoir urges voters to head to the polls

Friday, February 21, 2020 by Jo Clifton

Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir reports that early voting is off to a good start, with a total of 15,625 ballots received as of Wednesday night, the second day of early voting. On Tuesday, 7,034 voters cast ballots, an increase from 5,014 early voters in 2016 and 4,388 early voters in 2018. As expected, Democrats were voting in significantly higher numbers than Republicans, with 9,779 Democrats casting ballots and 3,268 Republicans voting as of Wednesday night. More voters cast ballots at the Randalls at Research and Braker and the Randalls at South MoPac and William Cannon than other locations. DeBeauvoir noted that Travis County voters can use any of 34 early voting locations, including four mega-centers, to beat the election day rush on March 3. For more information on early voting locations, wait times and other election details, go to the Travis County Clerk’s website or

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