Figure: 1 TAC §81.116(a)

The formula for estimating turnout for the primary elections is:

A x (B + C) = D

Where:

A = the percentage of voter turnout for the office that received the most votes in the most recent

comparable party primary election (percentage is the sum of all votes cast for the office that

received the most votes in the most recent comparable party primary election divided by

the number of registered voters).

B = the number of registered voters as of October preceding the primary.

C = 25% of the number resulting when you multiply A x B.

D = Preliminary Estimated Turnout.