It's Election Day

November 5, 2011 10:00:00 PM PDT
Today is Election Day, and there are plenty of decisions for voters to make.

ABC13 wants you make sure your voice is heard and your vote is counted.

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Voter turnout is expected to be low today as ballots are cast for several city races, state propositions and -- in some districts -- school board positions.

Five candidates are challenging Houston Mayor Annise Parker to serve the city for the next two years. The lack of a major challenger is expected to drive down voter turnout.

There are 11 city council district races. Two new districts have been created based on the latest census numbers, and some districts have been re-drawn.

Voters will also select five at-large positions.

City Controller Ron Green is running unopposed.

About half a dozen school districts will elect trustees, including three school board members in Houston ISD.

Statewide, there are 10 constitutional amendments voters will decide on. Those proposed amendments range from property taxes and bonds to governor pardons and election laws.

Only 65,000 out of 1.9 million registered voters turned out for early voting, which ended Friday.

Make sure you vote today, and stay with ABC13 Eyewitness News and abc13.com for the very latest results on Election Night. We'll have results on-air, online and on your mobile devices.

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