HOUSTON – It’s Election Day in America. And, Texas is on pace for record-breaking turnout in this election after smashing early voting records.
But despite peak early turnout, many more are heading to the polls Tuesday.
In Fort Bend County, more than 327,000 people or about 70% of the registered voters voted before Election Day. By mid-afternoon Tuesday, more than 21,000 people had also voted.
Over 236,000 people cast their ballots early in Montgomery County.
Polls are expected to close in the Houston-area at 7 p.m.
Harris County counting votes in NRG Park
Race for Fort Bend County Sheriff
Organizations provide free rides to the polls
Tracking election conditions at Houston-area polls
Harris County ensuring all votes are counted
Drive-thru voting at Toyota Center in downtown Houston
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