Early voting began today for the Nov. 4 general election.
State races to be decided include who will succeed Rick Perry as governor and the race to succeed Greg Abbott as Texas Attorney General.
Galveston county voters will decide two races for commissioners court seats as two incumbents face challengers.
Early voting hours are 8 a.m. through 5 p.m. through this Friday, and 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25. Sunday hours are 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
The following week, Oct. 27 to Oct. 31, early voting hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Locations for early voting include Friendswood City Hall, second floor, 910 S. S. Friendswood Drive, as well as the CCISD Administration Building Board Room, 2425 E. Main St. in League City; and Creekside Intermediate’s Northside Hallway, 4320 W. Main St. in League City.
Other locations are the League City North County Annex, 174 Calder Road; Kemah Community Center, 800 Harris Ave.; Bacliff Community Center, 4503 11th St.; Dickinson Community Center, 2714 Highway 3; Nessler Center Surf Room, 2010 5th Avenue in Texas City; Carver Park Carter Room, 6415 Park Ave., Texas City; La Marque City Hall, 1100 Bayou Road; West County Building, 11730 Highway 6, Santa Fe; Greater St. Mathews Church, 633 Highway 6, Hitchcock; and the MUD 12 Building, 2929 Highway 6 in Bayou Vista.
Farther south in Galveston, polling locations are the County Justice Center, 600 59th St.; Joe Faggard Community Center, 1750 Highway 87; Galveston County Courthouse, 722 Moody; and Moody Methodist Church, 2803 53rd St.
For those in Harris County, polling places nearest Friendswood include the Freeman Branch Library, 16616 Diana Lane, Houston; and 4345 Allen Genoa Road, Pasadena.
Usually, there are 39 early voting locations in Harris County during a countywide election. Any qualified voter may vote in person at tany other designated early voting branch location during designated times.
For more information, visit www.galvestonvotes.com or www.harrisvotes.com.