Nearly 40K votes cast in Round Rock, Pflugerville, Hutto in Week 2 of early voting

As of close of polls Oct. 26, 39,472 votes had been collected at seven voting locations in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
As of close of polls Oct. 26, 39,472 votes had been collected at seven voting locations in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

As of close of polls Oct. 26, 39,472 votes had been collected at seven voting locations in Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Nearly 40,000 ballots were cast at Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto polling sites during the second week of early voting, according to data released by the Travis County Clerk's Office and the Williamson County Elections Department. As of close of polls Oct. 26, 39,472 votes had been collected at seven voting locations in the three cities—down from the 56,518 votes cast in the first week.


In Round Rock, 21,122 votes were cast from Oct. 20-26 at the city's four polling sites: the Wilco Jester Annex, the Round Rock Randall's, the Brushy Creek Community Center and the Baca Senior Center. The largest single day turnout in Week 2 of early voting was at the Brushy Creek Community Center on Oct. 20, with 1,310 votes cast.

In Pflugerville, 13,755 people voted at the city's two polling locations—the Courtyard by Marriott Austin Pflugerville and the Pflugerville ISD Rock Gym—between Oct. 20-26. The Pflugerville ISD Rock Gym had the largest single-day turnout Oct. 20, when 1,585 votes were recorded.


In Hutto, 4,595 voters cast their ballots at the Wilco Hutto Annex from Oct. 20-26. Oct. 20 saw the city's largest single-day turnout in the second week of early voting, with 941 ballots collected.


Early voting runs through Oct. 30, and Election Day is Nov. 3. Complete lists of early voting and Election Day voting locations are available online for Travis and Williamson counties.


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