Democratic primaries saw large increases in early voting totals across the state this year compared to 2014, including in Dallas County, where the turnout doubled, according to figures released by the Secretary of State's office.

Early voting ended Friday. The primary elections will be held Tuesday.

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In Dallas County, 69,844 votes had been cast in Democratic primaries, compared to 34,815 in early voting in 2014.

On the Republican side, 40,487 votes were cast, dipping slightly compared to 43,745 in 2014.

Republicans saw a noticeable jump in turnout in Collin County, increasing to 40,621, compared to 27,669 in 2014.

Here's a full breakdown across North Texas, including totals and percentage of registered voters:

• Dallas County

Democrats: 69,844 (5.44%)

2014: 34,815 (2.97%)

Republicans: 40,487 (3.15%)

2014: 43,745 (3.74%)

• Tarrant County

Democrats: 38,371 (3.54%)

2014: 22,621 (2.33%)

Republicans: 55,711 (5.09%)

2014: 52,719 (5.44%)

• Collin County

Democrats: 19,895 (3.61%)

2014: 5,331 (1.14%)

Republicans: 40,621 (7.37%)

2014: 27,669 (5.93%)

• Denton County

Democrats: 15,033 (3.16%)

2014: 4,079 (1.05%)

Republicans: 27,986 (5.89%)

2014: 23,210 (5.97%)