The first day of early voting produced 23,449 ballots on Monday.
The early turnout has El Paso County on pace for record numbers for a mid-term election.
Of the ballots counted, 6,213 were mailed-in and 17,236 showed up in person, according to the El Paso County Elections Department website.
El Paso County has 457,151 registered voters, so that means about 5 percent of them have already voted.
Bassett Place had the most voters with 1,535, followed by Marty Robbins Recreation Center with 1,257 and Dorris Van Doren Library with 1,216.
The voting stations with the lowest turnout were those out in the county. W.E. Neill Community Center in Tornillo had 20 voters, and the Rogelio Sanchez Center in Fabens had 99. Mobile unit No. 1, which was at the Canutillo Nutrition Center on Monday, had 78 votes.
You can view the complete statistics on the Elections Department website.