Early voting began Monday in Texas, and a record-breaking number of voters cast their ballots. That's good news for our Democracy, but Monday's high turnout wasn't without incident, including long lines throughout the state, inaccurate voter ID signs and machine snafus in Denton County.
North Texas shattered first-day early voting records on Monday. Voting in Dallas County surged 78 percent over 2012's number. Tarrant jumped 42 percent. Collin nearly doubled its total four years ago.
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