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Texas Tribune Nov 3
1/ NEW: turnout in the 2018 midterms surpassed turnout from the 2012 presidential election in the 30 counties where most registered voters in Texas live. That means more than 4,884,528 Texans voted early. That's a lot.
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2/ Turnout over 12 days of early voting in those 30 counties also surpassed the *ENTIRE* turnout of the 2014 midterm election.
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3/ Harris County voting in 2018: 855,711 votes. Harris County voting in 2016: 953,593 votes. Harris County voting in 2014: 360,062 votes. Harris County voting in 2012: 757,640 votes.
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4/ Dallas County voting in 2018: 529,521 votes. Dallas County voting in 2016: 542,085 votes. Dallas County voting in 2014: 214,312 votes. Dallas County voting in 2012: 444,619 votes.
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5/ Tarrant County voting in 2018: 465,817 votes. Tarrant County voting in 2016: 507,986 votes. Tarrant County voting in 2014: 211,630 votes. Tarrant County voting in 2012: 415,490 votes.
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6/ Bexar County voting in 2018: 414,192 votes. Bexar County voting in 2016: 466,386 votes. Bexar County voting in 2014: 189,729 votes. Bexar County voting in 2012: 373,752 votes.
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7/ Travis County voting in 2018: 368,048 votes. Travis County voting in 2016: 363,565 votes. Travis County voting in 2014: 143,789 votes. Travis County voting in 2012: 235,795 votes.
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8/ Collin County voting in 2018: 286,393 votes. Collin County voting in 2016: 297,977 votes. Collin County voting in 2014: 104,869 votes. Collin County voting in 2012: 222,034 votes.
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9/ Denton County voting in 2018: 228,650 votes. Denton County voting in 2016: 224,084 votes. Denton County voting in 2014: 83,160 votes. Denton County voting in 2012: 167,692 votes.
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10/ El Paso County voting in 2018: 139,105 votes. El Paso County voting in 2016: 145,729 votes. El Paso County voting in 2014: 37,763 votes. El Paso County voting in 2012: 94,468 votes.
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11/ Fort Bend County voting in 2018: 199,267 votes. Fort Bend County voting in 2016: 210,287 votes. Fort Bend County voting in 2014: 79,995 votes. Fort Bend County voting in 2012: 161,730 votes.
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12/ Hidalgo County voting in 2018: 114,560 votes. Hidalgo County voting in 2016: 137,720 votes. Hidalgo County voting in 2014: 56,652 votes. Hidalgo County voting in 2012: 101,388 votes.
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13/ Montgomery County voting in 2018: 138,125 votes. Montgomery County voting in 2016: 154,646 votes. Montgomery County voting in 2014: 57,427 votes. Montgomery County voting in 2012: 121,200 votes.
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14/ Williamson County voting in 2018: 162,574 votes. Williamson County voting in 2016: 159,929 votes. Williamson County voting in 2014: 59,325 votes. Williamson County voting in 2012: 104,856 votes.
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15/ Galveston County voting in 2018: 90,166 votes. Galveston County voting in 2016: 99,979 votes. Galveston County voting in 2014: 40,410 votes. Galveston County voting in 2012: 83,023 votes.
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16/ Brazoria County voting in 2018: 88,844 votes. Brazoria County voting in 2016: 98,652 votes. Brazoria County voting in 2014: 38,015 votes. Brazoria County voting in 2012: 79,575 votes.
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2016??????????
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Cathy Holland Nov 3
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Also note the increase in registered voters in these counties. I’m in Fort Bend County and we’ve added almost 100,000 new registered voters since 2012. I’m convinced the senate race in TX will be VERY close.
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