Over the seven-day early voting period, 2,804 of the 29,835 registered Waxahachie voters (9.4 percent) cast a ballot in the City of Waxahachie and Waxahachie ISD elections.

Candidates for three seats on the Waxahachie City Council include Mark Singleton, Kevin Strength, David Hill, Vonn Koshinski, Melissa Olson and Amy Hedtke. Candidates for three positions on the Waxahachie ISD Board of Trustees include Stephanie Jennings Singleton, Melanie Reynolds, John W Rodgers, J Lance Bray, Kim Kriegel, Melissa Starnater, Shannon Moyers and Eric Cunningham. Voters can also vote on a proposed $23 million bond for a new elementary school.

Registered Waxahachie voters can cast Election Day ballots from 7 a.m. — 7 p.m. at Marvin Elementary School, located at 110 Brown Street.

RED OAK

As of the end of early voting, Red Oak: 396 of 18,163 registered voters (2.18%) had cast ballots in the Red Oak ISD election.

Candidates for two seats on the Red Oak ISD Board of Trustees include Eric Thompson (place 6), Melanie Petersen (place 7) and Donny Lutrick (place 7).

Registered Red Oak voters can cast Election Day ballots from 7 a.m. — 7 p.m. at the Red Oak Municipal Center, located at 200 Lakeview Parkway.

ENNIS

As of the end of early voting, 996 of 14,266 registered voters (6.98%) had cast ballots in the Ennis ISD election.

Candidates for Ennis ISD Board of Trustees include Walter R. Beasley (place 3), Candido "Candi" Casillas (place 4), John Erisman (place 4), Bill Chapman (place 5) and Alan Linson (place 5).

On Election Day, Ennis voters can cast ballots from 7 p.m. — 7 a.m. at:

Ward 1: Ellis County Sub-Courthouse, 207 S. Sonoma Trail

Ward 2- Ennis Public Library, 501 W. Ennis Ave.

Ward 3- Faith Assembly of God Church, 1810 W. Baldridge St.

Ward 4- New Founders Missionary Baptist, 1903 Lafayette St.

Ward 5- San Jacinto Auditorium, 501 N. Gaines

FERRIS

As of the end of early voting, 198 of 1,429 registered voters (13.86%) had cast ballots in the City of Ferris election.

Candidates on the City of Ferris ballot include Jim Swafford (mayor), Clayton Hunter (place 1), Jay Walsh (place 4), Michael Martinez (place 4), Sherie Chapman (place 5), Rudy Amor (place 5) and JoAnne "Jo" Monroe (place 5). The is also a $12 million proposed bond.

On Election Day, Ferris voters can cast ballots from 7 p.m. — 7 a.m. at the Ferris Public Library, located at 301 E. 10th St.

ITALY

As of the end of early voting, 194 of 1,813 registered voters (10.7%) had cast ballots in the City of Italy and Italy ISD elections.

Candidates for three seats on the City of Ferris council include Carl D. Cash, Steven Farmer, Paul F. Shearin, Luin McConnell and Randy Boyd. Candidates for two seats on the Ferris ISD Board of Trustees include Dennis Perkins Jr, Larry Creighton, and Cortney Owen Janek.

Registered Italy voters can cast Election Day ballots from 7 p.m. — 7 a.m. at Central Baptist Church (Fellowship Hall), located at 113 S. Ward Street.

MIDLOTHIAN

As of the end of early voting, 1,101 of 27,697 registered voters (3.98&) had cast ballots in the City of Midlothian and Midlothian ISD elections.

Candidates for two seats on the Midlothian City Council include Jason Kyle (place 5), Justin Coffman (place 5), Theodore "Ted" Miller (place 6), Joseph Rohr (place 6), and Art Pierard (place 6). Candidates for three seats on the Midlothian ISD Board of Trustees include Carl Smith (place 1), Gary Vineyard Jr (place 2), James A Renfroe (place 2), and Heather Prather (place 3).

Registered Midlothian voters can cast Election Day ballots from 7 a.m. — 7 p.m. at the Midlothian Conference Center, located at 1 Community Circle Drive.

PALMER

As of the end of early voting, 198 of 3,622 registered voters (5.47%) had cast ballots in the Palmer ISD election.

Candidates for the three spots on the Palmer ISD Board of Trustees include Daniel McDonald, Raul J Medina Jr, Stuart Maddox, and Kelley Ward Cruzan.

Registered Palmer voters can cast Election Day ballots from 7 a.m. — 7 p.m. at the Palmer ISD Administration Building, located at 303 Bulldog Way.