Pflugerville poll site second in Travis County for Day One early voting turnout

The Pflugerville ISD Rock Gym polling location saw 1,414 votes cast Oct. 13—second only to the Austin Central Library's early voting site, with 1,434 votes. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
The Pflugerville ISD Rock Gym polling location saw 1,414 votes cast Oct. 13—second only to the Austin Central Library's early voting site, with 1,434 votes. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

The Pflugerville ISD Rock Gym polling location saw 1,414 votes cast Oct. 13—second only to the Austin Central Library's early voting site, with 1,434 votes. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Pflugerville's polling location at the Pflugerville ISD Rock Gym recorded the second-highest voter turnout among county polling places for Day One of early voting, according to an Oct. 13 report by the Travis County Clerk office. The polling location saw 1,414 votes cast Oct. 13, second only to the Austin Central Library's early voting site, with 1,434 votes.

In total, 58,467 votes were collected in Travis County on Oct. 13, with 6.84% of registered voters turning out to the polls or submitting mail-in ballots. Collectively, there are 855,175 registered voters in the county.


Of the more than 58,000 votes received, 35,873 votes were cast in person, 22,577 mail-in ballots were collected and 17 limited ballots were received. Early voting continues in Texas from Oct. 14-30, with Election Day on Nov. 3.


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