In the past two presidential election years, 788 people voted by mid-afternoon on the Tuesday before early voting ended in 2000, and in 2004, the number rose to 841 votes.
"Voting numbers are up across the board," said Diana Barrera, Nueces County Clerk.
"We have had a record day every single day of voting," she said.
Early voting will continue from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, and will resume from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31 at the Community Center, 408 N. Alister St.
Voting on election day, Tuesday, Nov. 4, will be from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., also at the Community Center.
Anyone who votes early in Nueces County may go to any of the precinct locations.
Those locations include the Nueces County Courthouse first floor atrium, 901 Leopard St., Corpus Christi; Corpus Christi Area Council for the Deaf, 5151 McArdle Road, Corpus Christi; Fire Station No. 15, 14202 Commodores Drive, Corpus Christi; Greenwood Senior Citizens Center, 4040 Greenwood Drive, Corpus Christi; Hilltop Community Center, 11425 Leopard St., Corpus Christi; Johnny S. Calderon County Bldg., 710 E. Main St., Robstown; Nueces County Bishop Community Center, 102 W. Joyce St., Bishop; Ronnie H. Polston county building., 10110 Compton Road, Corpus Christi; Corpus Christi City Hall first floor utility section, 1201 Leopard St., Corpus Christi; Del Mar College administration building., 101 Baldwin Blvd., Corpus Christi; Banquete ISD Administration Office, 4339 Fourth St., Banquete; Corpus Christi ISD first floor lobby, 801 Leopard St., Corpus Christi; Robstown ISD Administration Office, 801 N. First St., Robstown; and West Oso ISD administration office, 5050 Rockford Drive, Corpus Christi.
Nueces County Clerk Diana Barrera had said via an Internet message that a historic voter turnout is expected here as well as in other counties nationwide, and that voters can expect to encounter long lines on election day.
Barrera also has a link on the Nueces County Web site that explains how the eSlate digital ballot imaging system will work in place of the county's 13-year-old optical scan system.
The e-Slate will offer ballots in both Spanish and English, and will be used for early voting and on election day.
Absentee voters will have to use paper ballots.