Just over 900 people cast ballots at Richardson’s polling location during the first seven days of early voting, according to data from Dallas and Collin counties.

Richardson Civic Center is an early-voting location for both counties. Residents from either county can vote at any countywide polling location during early voting and on Election Day.

The busiest day so far was Oct. 21, when 157 people voted at Richardson Civic Center, according to Dallas and Collin counties’ election offices.

Richardson residents have the opportunity to decide on five individual bond propositions totaling $190 million. The proposed package is largely aimed at infrastructure improvements, and it includes projects involving streets, public buildings, drainage, sidewalks and parks.

Voters can also decide on eight statewide propositions this year. A full list of the propositions can be found here.

Nearly 10,580 ballots were cast at Dallas County polling locations between Oct. 18-24. This represents less than 1% of the 1.4 million registered voters in the county, according to a county spokesperson. The Dallas County Elections Department did not immediately respond to a request for the number of mail-in ballots.

In Collin County, 8,120 residents have cast ballots in person, and 1,914 mail-in ballots have been received, according to the county’s Elections Administrator Bruce Shebert. That translates to a voter turnout of nearly 1.5% of the 657,347 registered voters in Collin County, Sherbet said.

For polling locations, visit the Dallas County elections page here and the Collin County elections page here.

Early voting will continue until Oct. 29. Election Day is Nov. 2.