Published: Fri, October 26, 2018
Global Media | By Jackie Banks

Dallas Turned Out for the First Day of Early Voting

Dallas Turned Out for the First Day of Early Voting

Pennsylvania is one of just eight states with no early voting.

"If you don't get out there and vote, you don't have a right to complain", said Velma Brooks. Cruz is locked in a closer-than-expected re-election battle with Democratic Congressman Beto O'Rourke of El Paso - the cycle's most-watched Texas race.

"Typically we tend to see about a 40 to 45 percent voter turnout in midterms", said Prof.

Cambridge was the second highest voting turnout in the region with 33.04 per cent, which is up from 29.89 per cent in 2014.

Alberto Alonso, 64, was one of those true-red voters, saying he followed his normal election-season ritual of voting Republican early at the library.

So why is this happening when the first Tuesday in November isn't even here yet?

"The wait times are minimal and you can update your address and do whatever you need to do", she said.

At one polling place in Plano, a northern Dallas suburb, the wait in line to vote early Monday afternoon was about 30 minutes.

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"We didn't get involved in that", Edwards said.

Lamar County had 1655 voters Monday.

When asked why they were voting Democrat, many people echoed similar values that were their top priorities, including the environment, healthcare, and immigration.

She noted that voters should be able to cast ballots at any early voting location in their community, no matter where they live in that community. Similarly, considering statewide offices like lieutenant governor or attorney general - if GOP voters can stomach Trump, it's hard to believe they will blanch at Dan "Bathroom Police" Patrick or Ken "Indicted" Paxton, despite their opponents Mike Collier and Justin Nelson cleaning up on major-paper endorsements.

See Boston's full early voting schedule on the city's website (scroll to the bottom of the page) or check out the map of all the early voting locations.

In Florida, where early voting began in some counties on Monday, almost a million people have already voted via mail-in ballots, according to the Orlando Sun Sentinel.

Again, any registered voter can vote early in MA.

All voters who are inside the polling station by 8 p.m. will be entitled to vote. For a more detailed look at where, when, and how you can vote in your district, check out the U.S. Vote Foundation.

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