Tuesday is Election Day in Texas, and some key items are on the ballot for Brazos Valley voters.
Polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. across the region. Click on the links on the left or below to find out more voting information, including where your precinct is located.
Most Bryan/College Station voters have the chance to decide their state representative, as District 14's seat is up for grabs following Fred Brown's resignation.
Three Republicans -- Rebecca Boenigk, John Raney and Bob Yancy -- Democrat Judy LeUnes and Libertarian Joshua Baker are the candidates vying to fill out Brown's unexpired term. If a candidate does not get a majority of the total votes cast, then a run-off between the top two vote-getters will be held.
In Bryan, voters will decide whether to authorize the city to designate the property at Villa Maria between South College and Finfeather as something other than parkland. For years, the property has been home to the city's municipal golf course, but there is commercial interest in the property, including possible biomedical industries looking to latch on to the growing Texas A&M Health Science Center in Bryan.
If voters pass that proposition to change the land's designation, the results of a second proposition will be counted. That one asks whether the city should purchase Briarcrest Country Club. A $2 million deal between the city and the club's current owners has already been reached, but Tuesday's vote will decide whether it goes through.
Mayoral races in Huntsville and New Waverly will be decided by voters in those cities.
Ten propositions are on the ballot statewide. (Click here for explanations)
For a list of polling places, click here.