An increase in some early voting numbers in Central Texas might mean a bigger turnout on election day compared with other similar elections, officials said.
The 15 most-populated counties in Texas which include Travis and Williamson counties also saw an increase in early voting.
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VOTING ON ELECTION DAY
When: Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday.
What to bring: Polls are requiring one of seven forms of photo identification which can include: a Texas driver’s license, a Texas Election Identification Certificate, a Texas personal identification card, a Texas concealed handgun license, a U.S. military identification card, a U.S. passport or a U.S. citizenship certificate.
Where to vote: For information call the Travis County elections office at (512) 854-4996; the Williamson County elections office at (512) 943-1630; the Hays County elections office at (512) 393-7310; or the Bastrop County elections office at (512) 581-7160.