The upcoming November 7th Election will be of great interest to the 300 or so folks within the borders of Grimes County’s newest incorporated city, as Plantersville voters elect their first slate of public officials.
And County Election Administrator Rebecca Duff says there’ll be a lot to choose from, beginning with two mayoral hopefuls, and with an impressive slate of 10 residents who’ll be seeking a total of five alderman seats.
Also at stake on November 7th will be two NISD Bond Issues to raise money for much-needed repairs to the district’s aging infrastructure.
Duff says there’ll be special early voting two mornings this month for residents of two of Navasota’s nursing homes, beginning Wednesday, the 27th at Navasota Nursing and Rehab, and on Thursday, the 28th at Golden Creek Nursing Home. She says her staff will be at both beginning at 9 in the morning and will stay there as long as it takes for all residents to vote; most probably a couple of hours.
This will only be for residents of the individual nursing homes, she stresses.
Duff says regular Early Voting for the November 7th ballot will take place weekdays from October 23rd through November 3rd, from 7 to 7 Mondays and from 8 to 5 Tuesdays through Fridays at both the Navasota Center and the County Courthouse in Anderson.