Just over a third of Texas’ registered voters turned out early this year, falling short of 2018 numbers

The high turnout seen in 2018 may have been an anomaly rather than the start of a long-term trend.

By Caroline Covington and Yuriko Schumacher, The Texas Tribune
Posted 11/8/22

For two weeks, voters turned out to cast early ballots in the state’s midterm elections for governor and other statewide officials. More people vote early than on Election Day — a trend …

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