Record breaking numbers of people have shown up to vote in Red State Texas….
There state has it’s Republican US Senator Ted Cruz under strong challenge by Democrat Beto O’Rourke….
Cruz has led in the polling, but seems nervous and has had Donald Trump pay him a campaign visit lately….
Yea…The same Trump who called Cuz names and dissed his father and family….
It’s like THAT….
Could Democrats pull some rabbit win’s out the hat come November 6?
According to The Texas Tribune, several of the state’s largest counties saw a stronger turnout at the polls on Monday than on the first day of early voting in the 2014 midterms.
Dallas County reportedly saw a combined 55,384 votes on Monday, a jump from the nearly 26,000 votes that were cast on the first day in 2014.
The San Antonio Express News reported that more than 24,000 votes were cast in person in Bexar County by 4 p.m. on Monday. In comparison, 13,436 people voted on the first day in 2014.
Midland County Election Administrator Deborah Land also told The Tribune that the small county saw 3,546 ballots cast on Monday out of the 84,945 voters registered in the county. According to Land, only 756 voters in the county turned out on the first day in 2014.
O’Rourke’s home county, El Paso County, also reportedly saw a record turnout of 17,131 on Monday by 7 p.m…..