Voters in Bell, Coryell and Lampasas counties headed to their respective polling places on day three of early voting Wednesday.
Bell County saw 212 voters at the polls on day three, giving them a total of 551 votes for the week. There were 36 votes cast on Nolanville ballots on Wednesday, for a total of 109 votes for the first three days of early voting.
A total of 178 ballots were counted in Copperas Cove and Gatesville on day two. There were 104 voters in Cove and 74 in Gatesville on Tuesday. The total number of voters the first two days is 354.
Totals are tabulated each morning in Coryell County for the previous day. The early voting period is Oct. 23-27 and Oct. 30 to Nov. 3.
Voters across the state will be voting on seven proposed amendments to the State constitution.
Copperas Cove residents will be voting on two seats for the City Council, Place 6 and Place 7. The school board also has two contested seats, Place 5 and Place 6. Cove residents will also vote on whether or not to form a Municipal Development District.
The Gatesville Independent School race for school board is hotly contested this year, with 13 individuals running for three contested seats.
There is one contested seat available in Nolanville.
Nolanville residents are also voting on a proposition that concerns funding for road repairs.