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Here's Where Travis County Voters Cast Their Ballots in the First Week of Early Voting

Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon/KUT News
Early Voting Mega Center at ACC-Highland Mall on the first day of early voting.

After the first full week of early voting, nearly one-third of Travis County’s registered voters have already cast a ballot. Early voting continues through Friday. Election Day is Nov. 8.

Record levels of early voting over the first week have put Travis County on pace to have more than 60 percent turnout this election season. Sunday’s voting brought the total number of ballots cast to 220,001.

Other counties in Texas have seen similar record turnout. More than 2.5 million votes have been cast statewide so far. Williamson County has one of the highest turnouts in the state so far.

Below, you can check out a map of where Travis County voters have gone to the polls so far. (Remember, you can vote at any polling place during early voting or on Election Day in Travis County.)

Matt Largey is the Projects Editor at KUT. That means doing a little bit of everything: editing reporters, producing podcasts, reporting, training, producing live events and always being on the lookout for things that make his ears perk up. Got a tip? Email him at Follow him on Twitter @mattlargey.
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