The ballot includes candidates for two City Council positions, 18 city charter amendments, two members of the New Braunfels ISD board of trustees and three members of the Comal ISD board of trustees.
There were a total of 698 in-person votes and 50 mail-in ballots cast during the eight days of early voting for the NBISD election while the CISD election had 545 in-person votes and 68 mail-in ballots.
Candidate Q&A's and information for NBISD, CISD and City Council races can be viewed on the Community Impact Newspaper election dashboard.
Because Comal County does not have any races on the May 1 ballot, each entity is responsible for reporting early voting and election day outcomes, according to Cynthia Jaqua, elections coordinator for Comal County.
Election day voting locations throughout Comal County will operate from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. on May 1.