Updated 10:30 a.m., Oct. 25

Fewer Collin and Denton county residents went to the polls Wednesday than Tuesday, according to daily early voting reports.

Collin County had 22,389 voters go to the polls Wednesday, down from the 33,350 voters who showed up on Monday. Denton County had 18,466 voters show up Wednesday, down from the 19,045 vote total recorded on Monday.

Frisco polling locations in Collin County also experienced a decrease in voters Wednesday as the city was hit with rainy weather most of the day. More than 7,400 Collin County voters have visited Frisco polling locations so far this week.

Frisco's Denton County polling locations, on the other hand, have gone against the grain and have had a steady increase of voters each day this week. So far, 6,336 Denton County voters have gone to Frisco polling locations this week.

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More than 4,500 people voted at Frisco polling locations for the first day of early voting Monday.

About 2,600 people voted at Collin County polling locations—Collin College Preston Ridge Campus, Frisco Fire Station No. 5 and the Senior Center at Frisco Square; and about 2,000 people voted in the Denton County polling locations—Frisco Fire Stations No. 4 and 7.

Voters in both Collin and Denton Counties can cast their ballots at any polling location within their respective counties during early voting. Denton County voters must vote within their respective precincts on Election Day.

Early voting continues through Nov. 2. Click here to see what's on the ballot.