Week three of early voting in Texas is underway, and voters in Tarrant County continue to show up to the polls in high numbers.

As of Oct. 27, more than 42% of all registered voters in Tarrant County have cast a ballot. A total of 512,434 ballots have been cast out of the total of nearly 1.2 million registered voters in the county. So far, the highest number of ballots were cast Oct. 16 with 49,835.

With one week of early voting remaining, turnout has yet to surpass that of the 2016 presidential election, when more than 47% of voters, or 515,230, cast a ballot during the early-voting period.

Historically, the 2004 presidential election represents the most recent all-time high for early-voter turnout in Tarrant County at 54.36% of registered voters.

Registered voters can still cast their ballot at any polling location within Tarrant County. Polls are open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. during early voting and on Election Day.

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