KBTX News 3 is your election headquarters. Here is a list of early voting locations for the Bryan and College Station elections, as well as words from the candidates for city council on why they think they're right for the seats they're running for.
Early voting in the Twin Cities begins Monday, May 1. Election Day is Saturday, May 13.
Join News 3 on Election Night. As the votes are counted, we'll have up-to-the-minute totals, as well as reaction from the candidates.
Bryan City Council, Single Member District Place 2
Mike Flores: "I've seen a lot of things happen out here that have kind of neglected the northside of Bryan. I feel that with the experience that I've had through the city and the police department, that I could better help the north and west side of Bryan."
Annette Stephney: "This is just a one year term. This is my third term running, so I have the experience of being on the council and working on the council. A diversity and a woman's view of things -- these are some things we're missing on our council now."
Bryan City Council, Single Member District Place 5
Ben Hardeman (I): "I realized that experience on the council is important. I think I made better decisions in my third year than I did in my first year, and I felt like it was important."
Kim Casey: "I'm just really exicted about what's going on with Bryan, but I think we've been stagnating a bit lately, and I think we need some fresh blood, some new ideas and new perspectives. I'm really enthusiastic about joining the council."
Bryan City Council, At-Large Place 6
Russell Bradley (I): "I think exciting things are happening in the City of Bryan right now, and I'm really excited to be a part of it. That's really why I'm running for my second term. I think there are things that need to be addressed. I think we're moving ahead. I want to be a part of that."
Mike Southerland: "I've got quite a bit of experience in my lifetime in large organizations, and I know how important it is to get people involved with whatever project you've got going on. The people in our city use all the systems there are."
College Station City Council, Place 4
Current Councilwoman Susan Lancaster is not running for reelection.
Paul Marvin: "Few people have financial background and the experience to look at numbers, budgets, take huge amounts of information and digest them and make smart decisions. I'm the only person running for Place 4 who has the experience in that area."
Lynn McIlhaney: "We all know the growth is going to be coming to College Station. It has been, and the experience that I have will help make good public policy decisions and guide the development of the city in the future."
College Station City Council, Place 6
Nancy Berry (I): "I have the experience. I've been listening to the community. I've been at 150 or so meetings. I have the leadership skills, the ability to bring consensus. I have a vision for the future.
Dave Ruesink: "I'm planning on being able to bring a balance to the city council. I want to be able to represent all citizens. My agenda will be one of being open for everybody."
Early Voting Locations and Times
College Station City Hall
May 1-5: 8am - 5 pm
May 6: 12-8 pm
May 7: 12-6 pm
May 8-9: 7am - 7 pm
Post Oak Mall
May 1-6: 12-8pm
May 7: 12-6pm
May 8-9: 12-8 pm
Only College Station Voters
College Station ISD Administration Building
May 1-5: 8am-5pm
May 8-9: 7am-7pm
Bryan Municipal Building
May 1-5: 8am-5pm
May 6: 8am-1pm
May 8-9: 7am-7pm