Early voting in Tarrant County significantly surpassed 2021’s totals, with more than 62,100 people having voted early in person from Oct. 23-Nov. 3, according to county data.

The overview

During the early voting period, Tarrant County saw an average of more than 5,100 people vote each day, according to county data.

The number of ballots cast during the early voting period in Tarrant County was 65.72% more than the number of ballots cast in the November 2021 election, which had a total of more than 37,500.

The most popular place to cast an early vote in the 2023 election was at the Southwest Subcourthouse, which had a total count of 3,520 by the end of the early voting period. The next most popular place to vote was Keller Town Hall, which had 2,895 votes cast there.

Diving in deeper

Keller residents are being asked to vote to approve or deny the reauthorization of a tax for street repair and maintenance.

If approved, one-fourth of a cent of the city’s sales tax would continue to provide revenue for the maintenance and repair of the city’s streets. The tax allocation is required by law to appear before voters every four years.

In addition, voters who reside outside of Keller will vote on the state constitution amendments.

What’s next?

Election Day is Nov. 7. Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Voters in Tarrant County may cast a ballot at any polling location on Election Day. For a complete list of polling locations, visit www.tarrantcountytx.gov/en/elections/current-election-information.html. Community Impact’s 2023 Voter Guide is available here.