Tomorrow (Tuesday) is Election Day across the state.

In HD118 (Special), former Rep. John Lujan (R-San Antonio) faces Frank Ramirez (D) for the unexpired term of former Rep. Leo Pacheco (D-San Antonio). Lujan is seeking his second special election win for the seat and, if he wins, faces a considerably easier path to winning a full term than in 2016. Early turnout was around 7% – nearly the same as the September 28 special election including Election Day.

Statewide, voters will decide the fate of eight constitutional amendments. Since 1971, voters have approved 300 amendments to the state constitution, of which 260 were approved in odd-year elections. Since 2000, voters have approved 116 of the 122 amendments presented to them in odd-numbered years (95%)

Several municipalities are holding elections for mayor and/or council positions including College Station, Edinburg, Mesquite, Midland, San Marcos, Sherman, Texarkana, Wichita Falls and The Woodlands. Bond proposals and other propositions, such as Austin’s citizen-initiated proposition on police staffing, are on the ballot in jurisdictions across the state.

Our live coverage will begin at 7 p.m. CT on our website and our Twitter feed.

AG (Lean R): Brownsville attorney Rochelle Garza announced she would challenge Atty. Gen. Ken Paxton (R) as a Democrat.

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