Dallas County had 27.5% voter turnout during the 11-day early voting period, according to county election reports.

Throughout early voting, which lasted from Oct. 24-Nov. 4, 391,328 of the county’s over 1.4 million registered voters cast ballots. Nov. 4 had the highest voter turnout during the early voting period, with over 55,000 ballots cast across the county’s 52 polling locations.

On Nov. 8, Dallas County voters may cast a ballot at any polling location. Click here for a list of polling locations. On Election Day, polls will be open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Several statewide offices, including governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general, will be decided by voters in this general election. Voters will also elect a county judge, which is the top elected position at the county level, as well as several other county offices.

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. Voters must show a form of identification to cast a ballot.

Because of the City Hall fire, there will be four polling locations open in Richardson for voting in Collin County races on Election Day: Aldridge Elementary, Miller Elementary, Stinson Elementary and the Callier Center at The University of Texas at Dallas.

During Election Day, Dallas Area Rapid Transport will be providing free transportation to voting locations. Voters can ride at no charge on all DART buses, light rail, the Dallas Streetcar, GoLink and Paratransit Services in addition to the Trinity Railway Express between EBJ Union Station and CentrePort/DFW Airport Station.

No proof of voter registration is required to ride free on Election Day. For more information, visit www.dart.org/vote.