As of the last day of early voting Nov. 4, 53,145 Comal County registered voters already voted early or turned in a mail-in ballot, or 40.85% of registered voters in the county—130,109, according to the Texas secretary of state’s website.

In Guadalupe County, 38,909 voters made it to the polls early or turned in a mailed ballot, or 32.55% of registered voters in the county—119,523.

Outside of the federal and state races up for grabs Nov. 8, several local races are on the ballot, including Texas House District 73, which encompasses all of Comal County and now the western half of Hays County due to redistricting. Incumbent state Rep. Kyle Biedermann, R-Fredericksburg, opted not to run in the new district, leaving the seat open. Republican Carrie Isaac is running against Democrat Justin Calhoun.

On the Guadalupe County side of New Braunfels, Texas House District 44 Rep. John Kuempel, R-Seguin, is running for re-election against Democratic challenger Robert Bohmfalk.

Republican Guadalupe County Judge Kyle Kutscher is running for re-election against Libertarian challenger Nolan Schmidt.

Residents can vote on Election Day on Nov. 8 from 7 a.m.- 7 p.m. at any of the following locations:

Residents can view a sample ballot here.