WICHITA CO. (KFDX/KJTL) — The numbers are in for the first day of voting for Wichita County.

Here’s a look at how many people voted at various locations across the county Tuesday.

A grand total of over 5,000 people have already been to the polls or sent mail ballots.

Burkburnett saw nearly 500 early votes for their first day.

The poll locations in Wichita Falls also saw a big turnout, with the Sikes Senter getting over 500 voters.

Wichita County officials said they’ve already received 2,832 mail in ballots.

We want to remind you again of the places you can go to put in your early vote.

The times also vary, depending on the polling location.

Some like the Commissioner 2 Building in Burkburnett or Commissioner Building 4 in Electra are open as early as 8 a.m.

The county courthouse in Wichita Falls is also open at 8 a.m.