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Day Eleven 2019 EV totals: One day to go

Hope everyone had a good Halloween. How many of y’all spent it voting?


Year    Early    Mail   Total   Mailed
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2019  103,945  14,280  118,225   26,820
2015  128,611  27,952  156,563   43,280
2013   68,803  20,491   89,294   30,572

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The 2019 Day Eleven file is here, the final 2015 file is here, and the final 2013 file is here. The daily voter rosters are here.

The in person totals this week have been roughly 10K, 10K, 12K, and 15K. Today will be the high point as always, but the upward slope has already begun. In the Extremely Anecdotal Data Department, I had four people ask me yesterday for some guidance on this year’s ballot. I get these questions every odd numbered year, but usually earlier in the process. If you want to take that as a sign that people are waiting longer than usual to vote this year, I won’t stop you. Have you voted yet? Are you still figuring it out in some races? Leave a comment and let us know.

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2 Comments

  1. Kelli King-Jackson says:

    I have not voted yet. I spent a lot of time researching the Constitutional amendments and the council candidates. I’m still torn on some of them but am feeling closer to making a final decision.

  2. Bill Daniels says:

    Just got back from voting. Zero line, walked right in, no waiting. The poll workers said that turnout was overall light, which is to be expected, I guess, but is still disappointing. Only one city council race on my ballot, plus the constitutional amendments.

    Voted yes for the doggos to be adopted by their police partners. It’s sad that even has to be codified, but here we are. Those dogs deserve to retire with the families that love them.

    It will be interesting to see how the jungle mayoral primary comes out in Houston.