Travis County Early Voting Numbers Out

Headlines:

ALL CITY OF AUSTIN BONDS BONDS PASSING EASILY

LEGE: BOLTON NARROW LEAD OVER WELCH

LEGE: WATSON, DUKES, HOWARD, NAISHTAT, RODRIGUEZ, STRAMA WINNING EASILY

DISTRICT COURTS: BAIRD AND NARANJO WELL UP ON REPUBLICANS

COUNTY: DEMS ALL WINNING EASILY EXCEPT PCT. 2 JUSTICE OF PEACE

At this point, the Texas House Dist. 47 race is the only nail-biter. The early voting totals: 12,185 votes for teacher favorite Valinda Bolton, 11,449 for Bill Welch, the favorite of voucher sugar daddy James Leinenger, who pumped $500,000 into his campaign last month.

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