Crossroads Countdown: Victoria’s Election Participation

Here's a look at current early voting numbers in Victoria and past voting turn-outs.

VICTORIA, Texas – Victoria’s political involvement throughout the years has been immense.

Taking a look at our city’s statistics, we can see that presidential elections and policy are important for community members.

Currently, the national presidential election has Trump and Biden going head to head to become the next president.

As an overview of Victoria county’s political participation, at least 50 percent of eligible voters have casted votes.

This year people were allowed to vote early from October 13th, until last Friday, October 30th.

Right now Victoria county has 56,665 eligible voters.

Overall 51.6 percent have casted their ballots so far.

43.8 percent voted in person and 9.6 percent voted by mail.

In 2016, when Trump and Hillary Clinton competed, Victoria county had a 57 percentage of votes casted.

Back in 1988, for George Bush senior, 63 percent of eligible voters performed their civic duty.

For more local statistics throughout the years, click on the following link:

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