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Harris County shatters record for turnout on Day 1 of early voting

HOUSTON — Harris County has shattered its opening day record for early voting turnout.

They broke it just before 2 p.m. Tuesday with several hours left to go before polls close for the day.

The old Day 1 early voting record was around 68,000 which was set on the first day of the 2016 presidential election.

Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins has been expecting a record turnout in this election.

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