Voting runs 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at all polling location.
Below are the voting locations for the Precincts in Bee County.
Pct. 1 — Former Bee County Library meeting room, 210 E. Corpus Christi St., Beeville, 78102.
Pct. 2 — Mineral Baptist Church, Hwy. 673, Mineral, 78125.
Pct. 3 — Beeville Doctor’s Building, 301 S. Hillside Dr., Beeville, 78102.
Pct. 4 — Papalote Fire Station, Hwy. 181 S. and FM 134, Papalote, 78387.
Pct. 5 — Pettus Community Center/Fire Station, Corner of Main and Bee streets, Pettus, 78146.
Pct. 6 — Skidmore Fire Station, 421 E. Refugio St., Skidmore, 78389.
Pct. 8 — Normanna Fire Station, Corner of Bee and Main streets, Normanna, 78142.
Pct. 9 — Moreno Middle School Library, 301 N. Minnesota St., Beeville, 78102.
Pct. 10 — St. James Catholic Church Parish Hall, 605 S. Alta Vista St., Beeville, 78102.
Pct. 11 — Pawnee School Auditorium, Hwy. 673 and 798, Pawnee, 78145.
Pct. 12 — Stoltzfus Community Center, 1919 N. Hahl St., Tuleta, 78162.
Pct. 13 — Bee County Expo Center, Hwy. 351 Bypass, Beeville, 78102.
Pct. 14 — Tynan Recreation Center, Hwy. 359, Avenue F, Tynan, 78391.
Pct. 16 — Faith Lutheran Church, 1500 E. FM 351, Beeville, 78102.
Pct. 17 — R.A. Hall Elementary School Library, 1110 W. Huntington St., Beeville, 78102.
Pct. 18 — A.C. Jones High School Lecture Hall, 1900 N. Adams St., Beeville, 78102.
Pct. 19 — Beeville Police Training Center, 608 W. Milam St., Beeville, 78102.
Notable local races
José Aliseda, on the Republican ticket, is running uncontested.
Martha Warner, who current serves as district attorney, is not running.
Incumbent Mike Knight, a Democrat, will face Juan Eduardo Garcia from the Republican party.
Incumbent Carlos Carrizales Jr., a Democrat, will face Bill Lazenby, a Republican.
Incumbent Eloy Rodriguez, a Democrat, will face Dennis D. Phipps, a Republican.
National & state
Incumbent President Barack Obama, Democrat, will face Republican Mitt Romney. Also running are Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and Jill Stein of the Green Party.
State Representative, District 43
Incumbent Rep. J.M. Lozano, a Republican, will face Yvonne Gonzalez Toureilles, former state representative, a Democrat.
Longtime incumbent Sen. Judith Zaffirini, a Democrat, will face Grant Rostig, a Republican, along with Joseph Morse, a Libertarian.