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Hidalgo County Elections Administrator Yvonne Ramon reported that voter registration has been steadily increasing."We have 10,000 more registered voters today than in the 2018 March Primary," said Ramon.In addition to voter increase, Elections Analyst Hilda Salinas announced an update to the County Owned Property Electioneering Policy, stating that County parking lots are for public use and to conduct official county business; therefore, use of handicapped or designated parking spaces will not be allowed for electioneering purposes.A map, and legend was shown detailing where the voter, and electioneer's parking/set up."With the construction of the new Hidalgo County Courthouse, certain parking is no longer available for electioneers," said Salinas."Early voting begins Oct. 22 and runs through Nov. 2 with a total of 32 early voting locations," said Ramon.For more information, sample ballots, and poll locations, and parking information, please visit the Elections Department website.