The signs marking the 100-foot no electioneering zones aren’t the only distance markers at early voting locations. Charles Crews, the election judge at the Lee College polling location, said the first two days of have went smoothly.

Early voting got off to a record-breaking start at the Baytown polling station at Lee College, reflecting a trend seen across the state.

Election Judge Charles Crews said 1,337 people voted at the Lee College location Tuesday, the first day of early voting. The polls opened at 7 a.m., but Crews said there were already a handful of people in line when he arrived at 6 a.m. Tuesday.

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