Voters in Bryan and College Station have one more day to vote early in the city elections.
So far in Bryan, just 534 votes have been cast at the city's Municipal Building through the first six days of early voting. City Secretary Mary Lynne Stratta says that's down from previous years, and with heavy rains Monday, she says the polls were relatively dry.
Stratta says the final two days of early voting typically see a significant amount of voters turn out.
In College Station's first five days of early voting, 1,734 votes have been cast at three locations -- 435 at the Memorial Student Center on the Texas A&M campus, 622 at City Hall, and 677 at CSISD's offices.
College Station did not have early voting available Saturday, unlike Bryan.
If you'd like to vote early, the polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Municipal Building in Bryan, with the same hours at the MSC, City Hall and CSISD in College Station.
Bryan has one contested single member district seat up for grabs for city council, along with two school board positions. Also up for a vote is a $37.5 million school bond.
Three city council seats will be decided in this election in College Station. Unlike Bryan's single member district system, all voters in College Station decided all council members. Also on the ballot is a proposed senior tax freeze.
Election Day is May 10.
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