Waller County voters still have time today to go to the polls and join nearly 13,000 county residents who have voted. As of 3 p.m., the Waller County Elections Department showed that 2,442 had cast ballots on Election Day. Residents have until 7 p.m. to vote.

A combined total of 13,311 of the county’s more than 32,000 voters have cast ballots so far, including nearly 11,000 that voted last week.

Waller County voters who have not voted yet may go to two locations in Katy to cast their ballots:

  • Katy VFW Post 9182, 6206 George Bush Drive, Katy

  • Igloo, 777 Igloo Road, Katy

Local races include the race for Waller County Judge, with incumbent Republican Trey Duhan facing Democrat Denise Mattox. Other races on the ticket are for U.S. representative for the state’s tenth district, state senator, governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, state comptroller and several justices. Commissioners for Texas’s General Land Office, Department of Agriculture, and Railroad Commission will also be chosen.

Mattox said things seem to be going well today, and she had only heard of one student being turned away at the polls at Prairie View A&M University, which saw complications during early voting.

“Everything seems to be very, very calm,” Mattox said.