TEMPLE, Texas — Election Day is Tuesday, November 5, but early voting starts Monday. There are a bunch of state amendments that voters will decide, as well as various city races, including the race to be Houston's next mayor.

We've made it easy to find your polling locations and to see the races you'll be voting on. Simply find your county below and click on the links.

And if you have any questions about early voting or the November 5 elections, the state has a website that has answers.

Bell County

Polling locations | Sample ballots

Bosque County

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Brazos County

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Burleson County

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Burnet County

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Coryell County

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Falls County

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Freestone County

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Hamilton County

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Hill County

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Lampasas County

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Lee County

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Leon County

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Limestone County

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Llano County

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McLennan County

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Milam County

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Robertson County

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Williamson County

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