More than half of Williamson County eligible voters have cast their ballot ahead of the November election

More than half of Williamson County eligible voters have already cast their ballot ahead of the November election. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
More than half of Williamson County eligible voters have already cast their ballot ahead of the November election. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)

More than half of Williamson County eligible voters have already cast their ballot ahead of the November election. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)

More than half of Williamson County's eligible voters have turned out during the early voting period of the November election so far, according to Williamson County Elections Department data.

In addition, on Oct. 22, the number of early voters so far in the 2020 election surpassed the total number of early voters during the 2016 election. Including Oct. 26, five days of early voting remain.

As of close of polls Oct. 25, 205,519, or 54.52%, of eligible voters had cast ballots, data shows. This includes 181,380 in-person votes, 21,505 mail-in votes, 618 limited ballots and 2,016 provisional ballots.

In 2016, 169,581 county voters cast their ballot early. This election, Williamson County has 376,672 registered voters.

The Cedar Park Public Library has reported the highest turnout among polling places, with 16,795 voters casting their ballot at the location. The Wilco Jester Annex and the Brushy Creek Community Center, both in Round Rock, also saw more than 15,000 voters each.


Early voting began Oct. 13 and continues through Oct. 30. Election Day is Nov. 3. Williamson County voters can cast a ballot at any polling location in the county.

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Williamson County has 19 early voting locations. Read on to find an early voting location near you.