Leander, Cedar Park polling locations see over 5,000 voters during early voting

Election Day voters in Williamson County could cast their ballots at the Cedar Park Randalls.

Election Day voters in Williamson County could cast their ballots at the Cedar Park Randalls.

Unofficial results show that about 5.7% of the voting population in Williamson County participated in early voting this election, according to Williamson County Elections data.

Early voting was from April 22-30. Voters in Cedar Park and Leander have a final opportunity to cast ballots on election day on May 4.

During the eight-day early voting period which excluded Sunday, April 28, 5,017 voters showed up to the polls in Cedar Park and Leander, data shows. However, voters in Texas can cast ballots at any location in the county they are registered to vote in.

Leander’s Pat Bryson Municipal Hall saw 985 voters. In Cedar Park, 2,274 voters cast ballots at the Cedar Park Randalls, and 1,758 voted at the Cedar Park Public Library, according to the data. Randalls was the second-most visited polling location in Williamson County during early voting, just behind the Sun City Cowan Creek Amenity Center.

In Williamson County, 13,178 people voted, the data shows.

Cedar Park and Leander are both holding elections for three city council seats. On May 4, polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.

Below is a map of all election day polling locations in Cedar Park and Leander.

Reporting contributed by Ali Linan


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