High-profile state and county elections and the fight to control Congress will be decided Nov. 8. That includes hard-fought races for Texas governor and Harris County judge, as well as judicial offices that have become a focus of attention with crime and punishment emerging as a major issue.
For those who haven’t voted early (through Nov. 4) or by mail, polls will be open on from 7 a.m. 7 p.m. Registered voters can cast their ballots at any location.
Area polling places and sites convenient to major employment centers are:
Bayland Park Community Center auditorium, 6400 Bissonnet St.
Bellaire Civic Center, 7008 S. Rice Ave.
Courtyard by Marriott meeting room, 2929 Westpark Dr.
Faith Lutheran Church auditorium, 4600 Bellaire Blvd.
Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council, 3000 Southwest Freeway
HCC West Loop Campus, 5601 West Loop South
Pershing Middle School skyline hallway, 3838 Bluebonnet Blvd.
Pin Oak Middle School library, 4601 Glenmont Dr.
Rice University Welcome Center/Sewall Hall, 6100 Main St.
St. Andrews Presbyterian Church family center, 5308 Buffalo Speedway
Sheltering Arms Community Center community room, 3838 Aberdeen Way
Southside Place Park clubhouse, 3843 Garnet St.
Texas Medical Center-John McGovern building, 6550 Bertner Ave.
West University Community Building auditorium, 6104 Auden St.
West University Scout House, 6108 Edloe St.
To check your registration, see a sample ballot keyed to your address, check on voting regulations, and to see election results as they come in after the polls close on election night, visit HarrisVotes.com.
To study the League of Women Voters-Houston nonpartisan Voters Guide, featuring the qualifications and statements submitted by candidates, go to lwvhouston.org.