For the 2016 November 8th General Election, there have been 3,300 early votes so far in Lampasas County, which is a 23.94% turnout rate to date.
Number of votes per day are as follows:
Monday, Nov. 2: 663
Tuesday, Nov. 25: 934
Wednesday, Nov. 26: 588
Thursday, Nov. 27: 548
Friday, Nov. 28: 567
Early voting started a week ago and will continue through November 4, with the general election taking place November 8. The Election Office is located at 406 S. Pecan St. and this week will be open from 8am-5pm on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; and from 7am-7pm on Tuesday.
With your Voter Registration Certificate and proper identification in hand, you can go to the office and cast your ballot for President, U.S. Representative (25th District), Railroad Commissioner, 6 Judicial Seats, a State Board of Education seat, District 24 State Senator, District 54 State Representative, several uncontested seats and one controversial seat for Lampasas County District Clerk.