By Timothy J. O’Malley
Texas Secretary of State Carlos H. Cascos announced, last Thursday, Texas has more than 15 million registered voters to vote in the November election.
During the 2016 primaries in March, Texas had 14,238,436 of estimated voting age population. According to a preliminary estimate, Texas has 15,015,700 voters registered, which is about 78 percent of Texas’ estimated voting age population of 19,307,355. That is an increase of over 777,000 making it an all-time high number for the state.
Secretary of State Cascos said, “If you want to vote you must be registered, so it’s good to see that so many Texans are preparing for this November’s election.”
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