Live blog: Your most comprehensive look at the 1st day of early voting in El Paso


El Pasoans are casting ballots at 35 sites across the county. Borderzine staff are at many of the polling places reporting on Tuesday’s first day of early voting for the 2020 election. Here is what they’re seeing.

Related story: 6 Questions About Voting Answered by El Paso County Elections Administrator Lisa Wise

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The line at the Dorris Van Doren Library in West El Paso this morning.


Reporter Jessica Ceniceros captures the scene at the El Paso County Courthouse.

Reporter Jessica Ceniceros at the El Paso County Courthouse:

Borderzine’s Michael Cuviello reporting voters moving from the Bowling Family YMCA site over to Nations Tobin Recreation Center for shorter lines. The wait at Nations Tobin is about 25 minutes.

Lines, heat, lunch not slowing down 1st day early voter traffic at Wellington Chew Senior Center.


These voters would like to see better assistance for people with disabilities at Nations Tobin Recreation Center.

Lines are short over at Sunland Park Mall in the afternoon.

The express voting line outside Sunland Park Mall has a longer line than in-person voting inside.

UTEP basketball team members “are going out to vote,” Ze’rik Onyema tells our reporter Jacquilyn Orozco.


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