Brown County eclipsed its 2016 voting total of 8,985 on Tuesday as 450 more ballots were cast, bringing the 2020 total to 9,172.
Three days of early voting remain:
* 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 28
* 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29
* 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 30
Early voting is being held at the Brown County Elections Office, located at 613 North Fisk.
Local races include:
– The Brown County Water Improvement District, where votes can be cast for none, one, two or three of the following candidates:
* Tommy Davis
* Dennis W. Graham
* Johnny Hays
* Jimmy Jones
* James E. McMillian
* Frank Niemiec
– Bangs City Council, where votes can be cast for none, one, two or three of the following candidates:
* Marisa Craddock
* Rick Phelps
* Shelia Roberts
* Carroll Prince Wells
Bangs ISD School Board, where votes can be cast for none, one or two of the following candidates:
* Larry Drury
* Ken Loewrigkeit
* Lyndyl Tidwell
Early ISD School Board, where votes can be cast for:
* Place 1: Chance Barr, Chad Hill
* Place 6: Toni Hill McMillan, Christene Pruett
* Place 7: Sandy Benson, Tammi Cox Ledbetter
Also on the ballot are the presidential election between Republican incumbent Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden; the race for U.S. Senator between Republican incumbent John Cornyn, Democrat Mary Hegar, Libertarian Kerry McKennon and the Green Party’s David Collins; and the District 11 U.S. House of Representatives race between Republican August Pfluger, Democrat Jon Mark Hogg and Libertarian Wacey Alpha Cody.
Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3.