Grayson County Commissioners approved the order for the Nov. 6 election in the county on Tuesday. Commissioners also approved early voting times and dates, as well as precincts for the early voting as well as election day voting places.


Grayson County Elections Administrator Deana Patterson told commissioners she was sticking with the voting precincts that have been used in the most recent general elections for election day voting. She said early voting will start on Oct. 22 and continue through Nov. 2. On Mondays through Saturdays of those weeks, voting will take place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and voters can cast ballots from noon to 5 p.m. on Sundays.


Early voting ballots can be cast at the Grayson County Elections Administration Office, 115 W. Houston in Sherman; Grayson County Sub-Courthouse, 101 W. Woodard in Denison; Pottsboro Independent School District Administration Building, 105 Cardinal Lane in Pottsboro; Whitesboro City Hall, 111 W. Main in Whitesboro; and Grayson College, 1455 W. Van Alstyne Pkwy. in Van Alstyne.


Offices up for election in November include the Grayson County judge, judges of the county Courts-at-Law 1 and 2, Grayson County district clerk, Grayson County clerk, county commissioners for Precincts 2 and 4, and the unexpired term of the Grayson County district attorney.


The final date to register to vote in the Nov. 6 election is Oct. 9. The final Day to submit an application to vote by mail is Oct. 26.