After a strong start Monday, early voting in Travis County picked up even more on Tuesday – 5,753 voters, about 700 more than Monday. Throw in the mail-in ballots received, and that makes 13,488 total, or 2.43% of the county's registered voters. The current pace points to a possible 40%-45% turnout by the end of election night. So far, the most popular polling spot is the Randalls at 10900 Research, with 1,058 voters, followed by the University of Texas with 927. Click here for a full list of early voting sites. Keep voting, Travis!
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