Early voting Monday and runs through Nov. 2 for the Nov. 6 midterms.

The McLennan County elections office has included sample ballots on the county website — co.mclennan.tx.us/992/November-6-2018-Joint-General-Election — allowing residents to see who is on their ballot before arriving at a vote center.

Here’s a look at the local races:

U.S. Representative, District 17

U.S. Senator

  • Ted Cruz, R (I)
  • Beto O’Rourke, D
  • Neal M. Dikeman, L

County Judge

  • Scott Felton, R (I)
  • Rick Allen, D

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 1

  • Dianne Hensley, R (I)
  • David Reichert, L

Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 1, Place 2

  • W.H. “Pete” Peterson, R (I)
  • Lauren Daugherty, L

Constable, Precinct 1

  • Walt Strickland, R (I)
  • Anwar Elboustani, L
  • Kyle Kacal, R (I)
  • Marianne Arnold, D

Nonpartisan city and school district races

WEST ISD, PLACE 4

  • Jeni Janek
  • Holly Klaus Willis

WEST CITY COUNCIL

Vote for up to three candidates

  • Steve Vanek (I)
  • Joe Pustejovsky
  • Cheryl Marak (I)
  • Brian X. Muska (I)

CITY OF LEROY

AXTELL ISD

Vote for up to four candidates

  • Terry Rouse
  • Brian Hand (I)
  • Joey Reinke (I)
  • Darren Porter (I)
  • Scott Denton
  • J.R. Vicha

CITY OF BRUCEVILLE-EDDY

Vote for up to three candidates, includes two spaces for write-ins on the ballot.

  • Linda Owens
  • Halbert Wilcox (I)
  • Allen Trigg Sr. (I)
  • Write-in
  • Write-in

Vote for one candidate

  • A.C. “Tony” Martinez
  • Betty Orton
  • Lisa Hepple-Martinez
  • Erica Bruce
  • Paula R. Smith
  • Royal Bradley
  • Kathy Krakowian
  • Lloyd L. Coffman

CITY OF MOODY MAYOR

  • Tina Herod Eaton
  • Jesse D. Fugitt

MOODY CITY COUNCIL

Vote for up to two candidates

  • Jared Alton
  • Richard Moore
  • Daniel Welch
  • Josh Richter

OGLESBY ISD

Vote for up to four candidates

  • Emily Newman
  • Dan Markum
  • Anthony Ross (I)
  • Ronnie Warren
  • James Seymour
  • Dustin LeBlanc
  • Mike Walter (I)

CITY OF VALLEY MILLS

Proposition: For or against the adoption of a local sales and use tax in the City of Valley Mills at the rate of 1.5 percent, which is an increase of .5 percent.

Cassie L. Smith has covered county government for the Tribune-Herald since June 2014. She previously worked as a reporter for the Beaumont Enterprise and The Eagle in Bryan-College Station. Smith graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington.

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