Nearly half of all registered Williamson County voters have already cast a ballot in Tuesday's election.

At 48.97 percent, WilCo ranks second place the early voting turnout among the top 30 most populous Texas counties. About 75 percent of registered voters in Texas live in these counties.

Only Collin County, at 49.39 percent, topped the WilCo turnout. Comal County, which had been in second place, finished with 48.07 percent turnout. Travis County finished the early vote with a turnout of 47.43 percent.

Voters in Denton, Fort Bend and Hays counties also had an early vote turnout of more than 45 percent.

Overall, nearly 40 percent of registered voters cast ballots in those 30 counties.

Recent mid-term elections generated turnout rates of 30-38 percent for the entire vote, including election day.

The Taylor substation saw 5388 total votes casts, about 360 shy of the 2016 early vote but more than twice the turnout in the most recent mid-term election.

Election Day is Tuesday. Polls are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Click here, or on the image, for a link to our Local Election Guide.

Here is a list of area Election Day polling locations. Williamson County residents may vote at any location.



Bartlett Town Hall

140 W Clark Street



St Peter's Church

108 Wathen Street



Granger Brethren Church

306 W Broadway Street



Hutto City Hall 

401 Front Street

The Original Hutto School

302 College Street



• Main Street Events Center

3101 North Main Street

• Taylor City Hall

400 Porter Street

• Taylor Public Library

801 Vance Street



St John Lutheran Church

409 S Main Street

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