ODESSA, TX (Big 2/ Fox 24) – Election day is finally here in the Permian Basin, and polls will be closing in a little less than an hour.
Here’s a recap on what’s on the ballot:
Tall city residents will go to the polls to pick new council leaders and a mayor incumbent Jerry Morales, Jenny Cudd, the flower shop businesswoman, and Patrick Payton, former Stonegate Church pastor are fighting to serve as mayor of Midland.
However, that’s not all who are fighting to serve Midland.
Districts three and four on the city council are also up for grabs with incumbents stepping aside.
MISD is asking voters to approve a $569 million bond which would add a third public high school, expand to six in-district middle schools, and upgrade security and technology for all secondary schools.
Over in Pecos County, Fort Stockton ISD has an $85 million bond on the ballot.
The bond calls for three new schools and renovations to existing facilities.
There’s also a $1.9 million Iraan ISD bond.
In Reeves County, voters would have to vote for or against the $357.6 million Pecos Barstow Toyah ISD bond.
Statewide voters will decide on ten constitutional amendments ranging from income tax to service dogs.