Tarrant County legislative races in November cost more than $2.6 million.
Tarrant County legislative races in November cost more than $2.6 million. Jon Elswick AP
Tarrant County legislative races in November cost more than $2.6 million. Jon Elswick AP

Texans: How much did your vote cost in November?

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