Election Day Preview: Council races, school board positions, bonds and amendments

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BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - Voters will head to the polls Tuesday and decide a number of issues. In Bryan & College Station, each city council has seats being decided. Both Bryan & College Station school districts also have positions up for election.

Election Day is November 7th. The polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. Voters in Brazos County can go to any open polling place to cast a ballot.

Below are some of the issues facing voters in the Brazos Valley:
Bryan Councilmember Single Member District 3
Greg Owens

Owens is running unopposed.

Bryan Councilmember Single Member District 4
Mike Southerland
Mitch Morehead

Check out the profile News 3 did on this race here.

Bryan City Charter Amendments
There are a number of amendments on the ballot for Bryan residents.

Click here to see information from the City of Bryan.

College Station Council Place 1
Elianor Vessali
Bob Brick

Check out the profile News 3 did on this race here.

College Station Council Place 3
Linda Harvell
Dallas Shipp

Check out the profile News 3 did on this race here.

College Station Council Place 5
John Nichols

Nichols is running unopposed.

Bryan ISD Single Member District Place 2
Diektrich L Morgan Sr
Julie Harlin

Bryan ISD At-Large Place 6
David Stasny

Stasny is running unopposed.

College Station School Board Trustee At-Large Place 6
Jackie Huff
Michael Schaefer

College Station School Board Trustee At-Large Place 7
Geralyn Nolan
Shana Elliott

Navasota ISD Proposition A
$55 million bond issue

Navasota ISD Proposition B
$6.145 million bond issue

Click here to see News 3 coverage of these bonds.

Huntsville ISD Tax Ratification Election
Huntsville ISD is asking voters to change the tax rate.

Click here to see News 3 coverage on this TRE.

New Waverly Mayor
Nathaniel James
Cynthia Lea Minyard
Jurrell Vance

New Waverly Special Election
Voters will decide to allow the sale of all alcoholic beverages, including mixed beverages, in the city limits.

Plantersville Mayor
Karen Hale
Deen Miller

Buffalo ISD Tax Ratification Election
Buffalo ISD wants voters to approve the new ad valorem tax rate of $1.29 per $100 valuation. That rate is $0.13 higher than the current rollback tax rate. District officials said the new rate would generate an additional $138,000.

Leona Special Election
Voters will decide whether or not alcohol can be sold in city limits.

See News 3 coverage on this issue.

Snook ISD Bond Election
The school board is ordering a $7.5 million bond election. Voters will decide if they want to add millions of dollars in improvements at Snook ISD.

See News 3 coverage on this bond.