Voter turnout after nine days of early voting in Collin and Denton counties for the Nov. 8 election is about 26%, according to county election figures.

Between Oct. 24 and Nov. 1, 183,584 voters cast ballots in Collin County and 159,022 in Denton County, data shows.

Early voting will run through Nov. 4. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day.

On the ballot in Plano are five propositions from Plano ISD; a Denton County bond election; and a host of candidates at the federal, state and county levels.

Plano ISD is seeking approval for its property tax rate for the 2022-23 school year that will provide an estimated $9 million more for day-to-day operations. That measure will be listed on the ballot as Proposition A. The school district is also seeking approval of nearly $1.5 billion in bonds to fund a host of capital projects throughout PISD. Those bonds are listed as four separate measures on the ballot that will be listed as propositions B, C, D and E.

Denton County is requesting voter approval of a $650 million bond measure that would fund a host of transportation projects aimed at relieving congestion and improving safety.

Voters in each county will also choose a county judge, which is the top elected post at the county level, as well as their county commissioner representative and several other offices at the county level.

Several statewide offices, including governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general, will be decided by voters in this general election as well.

Also on the ballot are candidates for the Texas Senate, the Texas House of Representatives, the U.S. House of Representatives, the State Board of Education and several judicial offices.

During early voting and on Election Day, Collin County voters may cast a ballot at any polling location. Click here for a list of polling locations.

Denton County voters may cast a ballot at any polling location within the county during early voting but must cast a ballot at their assigned precinct on Election Day. Click here to see polling locations.

On Election Day, polls will be open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

For more information on what is on the ballot for registered voters in Plano, read the October edition of Community Impact.