Day 6 of Early Voting in the SD6 Special is history and here is what we have.
7,318 have cast ballots as compared to 16,511 in Round 1 – that’s 44.32%.
4,327 have Voted Early in Person as compared to 5,369 in Round 1 – that’s 80.6%.
Here is what I said yesterday:
Including today there are two days left to Vote Early. I don’t think 1,853 voters will show up today or tomorrow to match the EV total if Round 1.
It looks like I might be wrong as 811 showed up yesterday and this being the last day of EV in Person. We probably will surpass Round 1.
Things kind of quieted down at the EV locations yesterday as the trash talking about Carol Alvarado subsided.
The campaign contribution and expenditure reports were posted online yesterday – oh, my!
The Chron Sports Section has a piece about Delino DeShields, Jr. who is in the farm system. His dad played in the bigs for 13 seasons. In 1990, Delino DeShields was runner-up for NL Rookie of the Year. Name the player that won it?
Hunker Down supports expanding Medicaid to the Lone Star State. Good for him!
More and more Republicans are seeing the light on this issue.
Speaking of seeing the light, Lisa Falkenberg’s column today is about a couple or three Republican leaders in the Texas Legislature thinking about supporting tax increases to fix our road and schools. Of course, you can’t read it today unless you are a subscriber.
Sometimes you just can’t walk away from good sound public policy.
David Justice of The ATL of course was the runaway winner of the 1990 NL Rookie of the Year Award.
The Big Tuna dropped by Spring Training today to chat with the new skipper – cool!