Voters in Bell, Coryell and Lampasas counties headed to their respective polling places on day two of early voting Tuesday.
Bell County saw 191 voters on Tuesday for a total of 339 for the first two days.
There were 30 voters who turned out in Lampasas County on Tuesday for a two-day total of 73.
Coryell County vote totals for the first day totaled 176 ballots.
Eighty-seven voters went to the polls in Copperas Cove, 85 participated in Gatesville and four ballots were received through the mail.
Totals are tabulated each morning in Coryell County for the early voting period Oct. 23-27 and Oct. 30 to Nov. 3.
Even in cities that don’t have a local race on the ballot, voters across the state will be voting on seven proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution.
Copperas Cove residents will be voting on two seats on 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 District 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 will also be voting on a proposition that concerns funding for road repairs.
Voters can vote early for local elections and state constitutional amendments from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday at the following locations:
Bell County Courthouse Annex, 550 E. Second Ave., Belton
Bell County Annex, 301 Priest Drive, Killeen
Killeen Community Center, 2201 E. Veterans Memorial Blvd., Killeen
Bell County Annex, 205 E. Central Ave., Temple
Salado Civic Center, 601 North Main St., Salado
Parks & Recreation Center, 307 Millers Crossing, Harker Heights
Copperas Cove Annex, 201 S. Second St., Copperas Cove
Gatesville Main St. Annex, 801 E. Leon St., Gatesville
Lampasas Elections Office, 407 S. Pecan St., Suite 102, Lampasas