More than 10,630 Williamson County voters have cast ballots so far in the early voting period ahead of the July 14 Democratic primary runoff election, resulting in 3.39% voter turnout, according to Williamson County elections data.

In its first week, 6,365 ballots were cast in person, 4,241 by mail, and about 33 in limited and provisional ballots, data shows.

The election was moved from May due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now, the early voting period began June 29 and runs until July 10. Election day is July 14.

There are three Democratic runoff races in which Williamson County voters can cast their ballots: a congressional seat, a railroad commissioner and a U.S. Senate race.

Williamson County is hosting eight polling locations where registered voters can cast a ballot at any one.

Remaining early voting hours are as follows.

  • July 6-10: 7 a.m.-5 p.m., except for the Williamson County Inner Loop Annex location, which will be open until 7 p.m.