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Republicans are on pace for a historic year. In Harris County, the state's largest county, he is expecting about 160,000 total votes for the Democratic primary and 265,000 for the Republican primary.
In conservative Williamson County, 31,745 Republican voters had submitted their ballots by the close of early voting, up from 16,303 in 2012 and 13,258 in 2008.
“We are pleased,” said Williamson County Republican Chair Bill Fairbrother. “We were hoping for high turnout, especially with hotly contested races at the local level and presidential, but for once the prediction appears to be coming true.”
originally posted by: intrptr
Pre election 'polling' used to be illegal. Unduly influences peoples selection process.