Early voting for the 2008 presidential election is set to begin Monday with projected numbers for record turnouts in the state of Texas. As reported by the Dallas Morning News, authorities across the state have begun preparation for the anticipated high number of individuals by increasing the number of workers and equipment amounts for polling stations. Early voting is regarded as a means for some to avoid the even longer lines anticipated on Election Day.
Voters who are unable to participate in early voting can cast their ballots November 4th from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Voters in Texas will make their decision for presidential candidates as well as state and local representative contenders such as Rick Noriega and Senator John Cornyn, and other officials vying for various positions.
Early voting will take place from October 20th through October 31st. Those who participate in early voting may do so at any assigned voting location within their county of registration. Election Day voters are required to go to their assigned precinct.