With four days left in the early voting period ahead of the March 1 primary election, 4.34% of Williamson County registered voters have cast a ballot through Feb. 20.

From Feb. 14-20, 15,982 Williamson County residents cast a ballot in person while an additional 1,366 voted by mail. Williamson County has also received 17 limited and 30 provisional ballots.

Of the ballots cast so far, 64% have been in the Republican primary while the remaining 36% were in the Democratic primary. During the primary, voters are selecting candidates for statewide and local offices who will appear on the November 2022 ballot, including three positions on Williamson County Commissioners Court.

Early voter turnout in Williamson County has been slightly stronger than that seen in neighboring Travis County. As of Feb. 20, just 3.5% of registered Travis County voters have cast a ballot.

Early voting locations are closed Feb. 21 in observance of Presidents Day and will reopen from Feb. 22-25 from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. More information on voting in the March 1 primary is available online through the Williamson County Elections Department.