With the countdown on to Tuesday's election, today is the final day of early voting in Texas. More than 50% of all registered voters have already voted, with more than 1.3 million casting their ballots in Harris County. But not everything has gone smoothly. As Holly Hansen of 'The Texan' points out "there are some concerns about what's being done in Harris County, as far as protecting election integrity. We've seen some concerns on how the county is reporting numbers to the Secretary Of State, and we have the on-going lawsuits about the drive-thru voting". Longtime Fort Bend election administrator John Oldham told KTRH "it's been kind of overwhelming". Oldham also said there haven't been any problems with voter safety. The polls close tonight at 7 o'clock.