Record Early Voter Turnout in Katy


November 3, 2018

by Ariana Pezeshki

Early voting turnout in Harris County is breaking records with 700,000 residents heading to the polls before election day. Early voting has ended for the upcoming November 6, 2018 General and Special Elections, but there is still time to make it to the polls.

Record Breaking Totals

Katy Texas voters turned out in droves for early voting in this midterm election year ensuring their voices would be heard and recorded by voting for candidates they see fit. “This year, early voting has been record setting, compared to every previous midterm election,” concluded Harris County Clerk Stanart. “The total number of early voters and mail voters have exceeded the 688,018 voters who participated in the 2014 election, says, the chief election official of the County. Daily voting totals for Harris County can be seen here.

Not Over Yet

Although early voting has come to a close, polling locations are gearing up for election day voters on November 6. Election Day Polls are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Voting Information

Voters must bring a valid I.D. to polling locations to cast their ballots. For more information on election day voting in Katy, click the links below for polling locations, and times.

Polling Locations

Harris County

Saint Peters United Methodist Church

20775 Kingsland Boulevard, at Shillington Drive, Katy, 77450-2705

Mayde Creek MUD Community Center

19600 Misty Cove Drive, at Dayflower Drive, Katy, 77449

Memorial Parkway Community Association Clubhouse

21600 Cimarron Parkway, at Park Wind Drive, Katy, 77450- 2502

Harris County MUD 81 Building 805

Hidden Canyon Road, at Red River Drive, Katy, 77450- 3723