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Unofficial Early Voting Totals & Rosters
Important Note: The Early Voting rosters on this page will be posted no later than 11:00 a.m. daily to reflect the previous day.
Unofficial Daily & Cumulative Early Voting Statistics
Rosters - Early Voting by Personal Appearance
These rosters are posted in xlsx format and can easily be imported into a spreadsheet or database program. The rosters are unofficial and are subject to change. (updated 11/6/2019)
Due to the large size of the roster files, it is recommended to right click the roster link and then select “Save Target As…” as opposed to opening the file with a left mouse click. This will allow the file to be downloaded and saved without the need to load and display all information through the web browser.
Cumulative In-Person Roster
Absentee (Mail in Ballots) Rosters
EARLY VOTING ROSTERS (Texas Election Code Section 87.121)
(a) The early voting clerk shall maintain for each election a roster listing each person who votes an early voting ballot by personal appearance.
(b) For each person listed, the applicable roster must include: (1) the person’s name, address, and voter registration number; (2) an identification of the person’s county election precinct of registration; and (3) the date of voting or the date the ballot was mailed to the person, as applicable.
(c) Each roster shall be updated daily.
(f) Information on the roster for a person to whom an early voting mail ballot has been sent is not available for public inspection, except to the voter seeking to verify that the information pertaining to the voter is accurate, until the first business day after election day.
(g) Information on the roster for a person who votes an early voting ballot by personal appearance shall be made available for public inspection as provided by Subsection (i) not later than 11 a.m. on the day after the date the information is entered on the roster under Subsection (c).
(h) Information on the roster for a person who votes an early voting ballot by mail shall be made available for public inspection as provided by Subsection (i) not later than 11 a.m. on the day following the day the early voting clerk receives a ballot voted by mail.
(i) The early voting clerk for a primary election or the general election for state and county officers shall submit to the secretary of state’s Internet website information describe by Subsections (g) and (h).
(k) The secretary of state shall create a system for an early voting clerk for a primary election or the general election for state and county officers to provide the information to the secretary of state for posting on the secretary of state’s Internet website under Subsection (i).