UPDATED: Last Day Of Early Voting Totals For Hays County

During the 12-day early voting period, any voter who is entitled to vote an early ballot by personal appearance may do so at the Main Early Voting Site or any Temporary Branch site.


Staff Reports

Disclaimer: Please note that early voting information provided here is based on county results and are subject to change.

Early voting is in full swing here in Hays County, and voters are heading for the polls.

There are nine early voting locations in Hays County for this midterm election. Some locations are there the full two weeks and some locations are only for a couple of days. Locations, hours and sample ballots for each precinct can be found here.

During the 12-day early voting period, any voter who is entitled to vote an early ballot by personal appearance may do so at the Main Early Voting Site or any Temporary Branch site.

Emergency and Limited ballots are available at the Election Office, 712 S. Stagecoach Trail, Suite 1045, San Marcos, TX. Early voting will end on November 2.

Election day is Tuesday, November 6. On election day, voters must vote at the voting location for their precinct.

Below is a break down of the early voting totals for the third day of early voting.

 

EARLY VOTING & MAIL-IN BALLOT TOTALS
LOCATION EV TOTAL
FRIDAY VOTER TOTALS
Buda City Hall 1,156
Belterra Welcome Center
996
Hays County Government Center
1,098
Hays County Precinct 2 Office 703
Hays County Precinct 4 Office 846
Kyle City Hall
764
Live Oak/Health Dept. 354
TX State LBJ  979
Wimberley Community Center 598
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2 TOTAL 7,494
EARLY VOTING DAY 12 TOTALS
MAIL-IN BALLOT TOTAL 5,323
MONDAY, OCTOBER 22 TOTAL 6,505
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23 TOTAL
6,704
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24 TOTAL 6,195
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25 4,254
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26
4,726
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27
3,928
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28
469
MONDAY, OCTOBER 29 4,156
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30 3,957
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31 3,315
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1 5,559
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2 7,494
EV & MAIL-IN BALLOT TOTALS
62,583

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6 Comments

    1. Staff

      Marc,
      We published it the way yesterday’s numbers were sent to us. However, since you mention it, we can see how that might be confusing.

      Thank you,
      Your Corridor Team

      Reply
  1. Marc

    Secretary of State site has a cumulative 5,174 mail-in votes for Hays on Nov. 1

    I figured if you’re reporting 145 BBM (assuming that’s Ballot By Mail?) for Nov. 2, it would be 5,174 + 145 = 5,319 mail-in ballots for Hays?

    Reply
    1. Staff

      Marc,

      We receive all the early voting totals from Hays County Elections office and can only report what is given to us. We wanted to show how many people were voting at the various locations throughout Hays County, whereas the SOS lumps the county totals together.

      We have updated our Mail-In ballot numbers to match the SOS, however the SOS EV numbers are only through close of business on Thursday, November 1. So, unfortunately our numbers still do not match what’s on SOS website. They are different and will be different until the SOS updates their totals.

      We can only be sure of the accuracy of the totals after the votes are tabulated and certified.

      Thank you,
      You Corridor News Team

      Reply
  2. Marc

    And I appreciate that you were the only outlet to publish by polling location! Thank you for keeping Hays County informed!

    p.s. I see the SoS numbers are up now and it looks like they’re now reporting 5,321 mail-in ballots. Don’t know where those other 2 came from!

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