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Turnout light for early voting

Tuesday, December 2, 2014 by Mark Richardson

Turnout on the first day of early voting in the mayoral and Council runoff elections was light, with less than 1 percent of registered voters casting a ballot. Some 5,184 votes were cast Monday; 3,570 ballots were cast in person, while 1,614 ballots were mailed. The voting  location with the largest number of first-day votes was the Randalls at Braker and Research, with 536. The Randalls at MoPac and William Cannon accepted 479 votes, while the Ben Hur Shrine Center had 387. Some 383 votes were cast at mobile voting locations. Early voting for the runoff elections runs through Dec. 12. For polling locations and other information, go to Travis County Elections page.

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