Early voting is over for the Constitutional Amendment Election and the Brenham ISD Bond Election.
Washington County Elections Administrator Carol Jackson said that during the seven days of early voting, a total of 3,052 people voted for the amendment election, while 2,942 voted in the the election of school bonds.
The county’s total number of registered voters who are eligible to vote in the amendment election is 24,184, and the amendment election had a turnout of 12.7 percent. Meanwhile, 21,392 registered voters were eligible to vote in the bond election, and the turnout was 13.8%.
The last day of early voting saw the highest number of voters. The amendment election drew 630 voters on Tuesday, while 611 people cast ballots in the bond election.
Anyone who has not yet voted and still plans to do so must now go to their designated polling station on Election Day this Saturday. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at four locations, including the Washington County Event Center for voters in District 1, Brenham VFW Hall for District 2, the Nancy Carol Roberts Memorial Library for District 3, and the Blinn College Student Center for the constituency. 4.