Monday is the last day to register in the Nov. 6 general election, in which voters will mark their choice for candidates in races including Brown County judge.
Early voting begins Oct. 22 and ends Nov. 2.
Larry Franks, who was recently appointed Brown County elections administrator — replacing Karen Opiela, who resigned to move to San Antonio — said a voter can use the straight party selection in the Nov. 6 general election and still scroll down to any race and change just that race.
Doing so will not change any other election made by the straight party vote.
Franks demonstrated on a voting machine the process of choosing between Paul Lilly, the Republican Party nominee for county judge, Lilly’s opponent, write-in candidate Steve Fryar.
If a voter initially indicates a straight Republican ticket, the screen with the choice for county judge will come into view and Lilly’s name will be automatically marked. But a voter can use the wheel to scroll down to a block labeled “write-in.”
If a voter selects the “write-in” box, the screen changes to a keyboard. The voter would use the wheel to click on each letter to spell out Fryar's name, which would appear in a box at the top of the screen.
A sheet of paper labeled “list of declared write-in candidates,” which will have Fryar’s name, will be attached to each voting machine, Franks said.
In other local issues, voters will approve or disapprove “the legal sale of all alcoholic beverages including mixed beverages.”
In the May school district, voters will select four of six candidates running for school board. The candidates are Frank Henderson, Tiffany G. Baker, Charles “Chuck” Woods, Ben McInnis, Bo E. Allen and Teri S. Muprhree.
Precinct 303 has moved to the Brownwood school district administration building at 2707 Southside.
Precinct 306 is still at the Early Business Complex at 104 E. Industrial.
The list of polling places is:
• 101 — Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, 1800 Good Shepherd, Brownwood
• 105 — Southside Baptist Church, 1219 Indian Creek, Brownwood
• 109 — Brookesmith High School, 13400 FM 586 South, Brookesmith
• 113 — New Life Assembly of God Church, 1910 Indian Creek, Brownwood
• 202, 204 —Brown County Elections Office, 613 N. Fisk, Brownwood
• 212, 214 May Community Center, 19150 Highway 183 North, May
• 215 — Crossroads Baptist Church, 6400 Park Road 15
• 303 — Brownwood ISD administration building, 2707 Southside, Brownwood
• 306 — Early Business Complex, 104 E. Industrial, Early
• 307 — First United Methodist Church, 517 Main, Blanket
• 308 — Zephyr Community Center, 11275 CR 281 (Highway 84), Zephyr
• 316, 318 — Northridge Baptist Church, 4875 Highway 183 North, Early
• 410 — Bangs Community Center, 406 Spencer, Bangs
• 411 — Coggin Avenue Baptist Church, 1806 Coggin, Brownwood
• 416 — Rocky Creek Baptist Church, 4301 CR 557 and Highway 279