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Early Voting numbers out of Midland County released

 

 

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

Early voting ended Friday night, and we already have some election numbers out of Midland County.

As of seven Friday evening, a total of six thousand 695 people had voted during early the early voting period.

12 hundred and 45 people voted Friday and 119 voted by mail.

Ector County has no local contested races, but will have state propositions for voters to weigh-in on.

Polls will re-open on election day, that's Tuesday (11-6) from seven until seven.

For more information or to find out where to vote in Odessa, you can contact the City's Elections Office at 498-4030 or the Midland office at 688-4890.

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