Travis County (99.6% of votes counted)
Donald J. Trump (REP, incumbent): 159,907 votes (26.5%)
Joseph R. Biden (DEM): 432,062 votes (71.7%)
Texas (94.6.3% of votes counted)
Donald J. Trump (REP, incumbent): 5,834,096 votes (52.3%)
Joseph R. Biden (DEM): 5,163,446 votes (46.6%)
These results are as of 5:30 a.m. with all Texas counties counted.
Citing a 77% decline in new COVID cases nationally since early January, Dr. Martin Makary, a surgical oncologist and professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Bloomberg School of Public Health, expects COVID-19 "will be mostly gone by April, allowing Americans to resume normal life."
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Travis County is the ninth most at-risk county in the nation for severe vaccine deficits and the second most at-risk in the state, according to a study by data science company Cogitativo.
Late (Tuesday) the City of Austin's outside attorney filed a response to the plaintiffs' (called relators in legal terms) request for a writ of mandamus to force the City Council to amend ballot language for Proposition B.
Proposition B will be on the May 1 ballot as a result of Save Austin Now's petition drive. If voter approved, the resulting ordinance would ban: camping in a public areas, soliciting in designated areas and sitting or lying down on public sidewalks.
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