Harris County, Texas, has broken a record for the highest number of votes cast in the second day of early voting, according to a tweet from the county clerk's office.
The tweet says that more than 76,000 votes have been cast on Wednesday in Harris County, which includes the Houston-metro area.
The previous record was in 2016, when 73,542 people voted on the second day.
Maps on the voting website show that wait times range from a few minutes to 40 or more at the 122 locations in the county.
Polls are open in Harris County through 7 p.m. local time today.