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As of Sunday, 24,869 people — nearly a quarter of Hays County’s 104,000 registered voters — have either voted early or submitted mail-in ballots, according to  the Elections Administration office. Turnout is on pace to exceed that of record-setting November 2008 when 59,991 people voted.

Early voting for the November general election runs through Nov. 2. See the early voting schedule here.

Hays County early voting | 2012 General Election

Monday, Oct. 22 
Hays County Government Center 574
Hays County Pct. 4 Office (Dripping Springs) 788
Live Oak Academy (Hays High, Kyle/Buda) 506
First Baptist Church (Wimberley) 220
LBJ Student Center (San Marcos)  533
Old Elections Administration Office (San Marcos)  333
Wimberley Community Center 602
Monday total 3,556
Tuesday, Oct. 23
Hays County Government Center 552
Hays County Pct. 4 Office (Dripping Springs) 679
Live Oak Academy (Hays High, Kyle/Buda) 413
First Baptist Church (Wimberley) 212
LBJ Student Center (San Marcos) 589
Old Elections Administration Office (San Marcos) 250
Wimberley Community Center 549
Tuesday total 3,244 
Wednesday, Oct. 24
Hays County Government Center 439
Hays County Pct. 4 Office (Dripping Springs) 634
Live Oak Academy (Hays High, Kyle/Buda) 465
LBJ Student Center (San Marcos) 711
Old Elections Administration Office (San Marcos) 235
Wimberley Community Center 466
Wednesday total  2,950
Thursday, Oct. 25
 Hays County Government Center  489
 Hays County Pct. 4 Office (Dripping Springs) 632
 Live Oak Academy (Hays High, Kyle/Buda) 435
 LBJ Student Center (San Marcos)  839
 Old Elections Administration Office (San Marcos)  240
 Wimberley Community Center  457
 Thursday total  3,092
Friday, Oct. 26 
Hays County Government Center 494
 Hays County Pct. 4 Office (Dripping Springs)  681
Live Oak Academy (Hays High, Kyle/Buda)  406
 Kyle City Hall  776
 Buda City Hall 762
Old Elections Administration Office (San Marcos)  241
  Wimberley Community Center  409
 Friday total  3,769
Saturday, Oct. 27
Hays County Government Center 339
 Hays County Pct. 4 Office (Dripping Springs) 662
Live Oak Academy (Hays High, Kyle/Buda) 314
Kyle City Hall 760
Buda City Hall 1,058
Old Elections Administration Office (San Marcos) 177
Wimberley Community Center 340
Saturday total 3,650
Sunday, Oct. 29
Hays County Government Center 128
Hays County Pct. 4 Office (Dripping Springs) 240
 Live Oak Academy (Hays High, Kyle/Buda)  214
Old Elections Administration Office (San Marcos)  76
Wimberley Community Center 125
Sunday total 783
EARLY VOTING TOTAL 21,049
MAIL BALLOTS 3,820
TOTALS VOTES CAST AS OF SUNDAY, OCT. 29 24,869

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One thought on “Election 2012: Hays voters continue packing polls

  1. The real question is will we exceed the percent turnout of 2008? Hays County has 14,000 MORE registered voters than we did four years ago, so to match the turnout percent in 2008, the goal is 70,000 voters.

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