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An analysis of early turnout in 20 Texas counties by Austin-based Republican consultant Derek Ryan shows an average of 15 percent of early voters were new, through the second-to-last day of early voting.That compares with 12 percent of those who turned out during the first week.He had no particular reason for not doing so; he just didn't want to. "All of my professors have said, 'If you don't plan on voting, you should.' Because this election is historical," said Merz, who voted for the first time last Friday, near NRG Stadium."A lot of things can happen depending on the outcome of this election.Rice University political scientist Mark Jones said these figures give both parties reason for optimism.
Nearly 4 percent have mixed primary voting history, and 22 percent voted in recent general elections, but none of the last three presidential primaries.The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF), an election integrity group, filed a complaint on Thursday against the Office of the Harris County Voter Registrar in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas for its refusal to disclose documents or allow the inspection of its voter rolls in relation to registrants who were removed after it was discovered that they were noncitizens."The Foundation seeks a declaration that all of Defendant's records related to list maintenance, including but not limited to those explicitly requested by the Foundation, are subject to public inspection without encumbrance by any state public disclosure laws and must be preserved for such inspection purposes," the complaint reads."The Foundation seeks an injunction to compel Defendant Bennett to comply with Subsection 20507(i) through an order commanding her to permit inspection and duplication of all records concerning the maintenance of registration lists."Voter registration officials in Harris County previously testified that "thousands" of noncitizens were discovered on their rolls every year and then handed over to the District Attorney for prosecution.These newcomers, who did not vote here in recent presidential election years, made up 22 percent of Harris County's more than 977,000 early and mail voters, a Chronicle analysis of voter history shows.By early voting's end Friday, the share of voters who participated in at least one of the last three presidential primaries dwindled to 56 percent from 68 percent.
Houston, one of the largest cities in the United States, is located in Harris County.