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Early voting for runoff concludes

Sunday, December 14, 2014 by Elizabeth Pagano

Tuesday is Election Day, and the last time that Austinites will be able to cast ballots in the runoff election, because early voting ended Friday. In the end, just 48,393 people voted in the early election, which translates to 8.76 percent of registered Travis County voters. By mail, 6,906 votes were cast, and 3,460 were cast at various mobile voting locations. The vast majority, or 38,026, of votes were cast at traditional polling locations around town. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. County officials say this will be a Vote Center election, where registered voters may vote at any polling location in Travis County. You can check your voter registration status and find the list of districts and local entities that you are eligible to vote for at

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