Central Texas residents will head to the polls today, casting votes for offices ranging from city council and county commissioner to president of the United States.
Early voting ended Friday, with Bell County voters casting 52,536 ballots, the second-highest total in history. Yet it was more than 10,000 ballots shy of 2008’s record total of 63,748 early votes.
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