Travis County recorded a 6.75% early-voting turnout rate ahead of the May 7 election headlined locally by Austin's Proposition A and two statewide constitutional propositions.

During early voting, which ran from April 25-May 3, a total of 58,293 voters cast ballots by mail or at one of more than 30 polling places countywide, according to data from the Travis County Clerk's Office. The majority, 48,600, voted in person, while 9,689 submitted ballots by mail.

The 6.75% turnout among 863,952 registered voters is several points below the nearly 10% turnout Travis County saw during early voting ahead of the March primary elections. However, no local races beyond the propositions are on the ballot in Austin, the county's largest city.

On election day May 7, dozens of polling places will open throughout the county. Polls will be open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. More information on voting in the election can be found on the county clerk's website.