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Texans: Still making up your mind on the presidential election? Maybe a look back will help

The battle lines are sharply drawn in North Texas and nationwide as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton fight it out and voting begins in Texas this week.

Which parts of the Tarrant County are most solidly for Trump? Which local communities are most solidly for Clinton?

Here are a few facts about the primary elections, according to Tarrant County election records from the March 1 vote in the primaries:

▪ Tarrant County precinct with the most registered voters — Precinct 3552 in north Fort Worth, near Golden Triangle Boulevard: 6,797 registered voters.

▪ Tarrant County precinct with the fewest registered voters — Precinct 4604 in north Fort Worth, off I-35W near the Andrews Distributing Co.: 1 registered voter

▪ Tarrant County precinct where Donald Trump had the most votes — Precinct 3331, near Timarron Country Club in Southlake: 409 votes.

▪ Tarrant County precincts where Donald Trump had the fewest votes — 110 precincts logged no votes for the eventual Republican presidential nominee.

▪ Tarrant County precinct where Hillary Clinton had the most votes — Precinct 1104 in southeast Fort Worth, which includes the Glencrest Civic League: 604 votes.

▪ Tarrant County precinct where Hillary Clinton had the fewest votes — 97 precincts logged no votes for the eventual Democratic presidential nominee.

▪ Tarrant County precinct with the highest Democratic turnout — Precinct 2643, which includes Lake Ridge High School and other parts of Mansfield: 726 votes.

▪ Tarrant County precinct with the lowest Democratic turnout — In 91 Democratic precincts, no votes were cast for presidential candidates in the primary.

▪ Tarrant County precinct with the highest Republican turnout — Precinct 3558, which includes Timarron Country Club in Southlake: 1,664 votes.

▪ Tarrant County precinct with the lowest Republican turnout — In 89 GOP precincts, no votes were cast for presidential candidates in the primary.

Early voting will begin Monday and end Nov. 4.

Election Day is Nov. 8.

Anna M. Tinsley: 817-390-7610, @annatinsley

Information

Election Day will be here before you know it.

To see a sample ballot, go online to the Tarrant County elections website.

To ask for a ballot by mail, call the Tarrant County Elections Office, 817-831-8683. The deadline to request a ballot by mail is Friday, Oct. 28.

For more information about candidates on the Nov. 8 ballot, go to the Star-Telegram website, www.star-telegram.com, to read the online Voters Guide.

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