Texas’ massive early voting numbers have persisted, leading to predictions of overall turnout unseen in years
The Texas Tribune
Experts are predicting that as many as 12 million people could vote in Texas this year.
The unusually large voter turnout in Texas has persisted through the first 10 days of the early voting period, leading experts to predict that the state could reach overall turnout levels unseen so far this century. #tx2020
"6.4 million Texans — 37.6% of registered voters — have already cast their ballots through Oct. 22"
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Texas’ massive early voting numbers have persisted, leading to predictions of overall turnout as high as 12 million - turnout unseen in years