Early voting in the Nov. 3 General Election kicks off on Tuesday, Oct. 13. Early voting ends Friday, Oct. 30.
Communities throughout Fort Bend County will pick leaders this November. Voters will cast ballots for mayors, council members and aldermen.
Here’s a list of the communities with elections on Nov. 3:
Mayor, District 2 and District 3 seats, as well as one at-large position, are up for election in the city of Fulshear.
■ Mayor Aaron Groff has re-filed for his position.
■ John Kelly holds the at-large position.
■ Debra Cates currently holds the District 2 seat and Lisa Kettler Martin holds the District 3 seat.
■ All council members have filed for re-election and are running unopposed.
In Needville, voters will elect three aldermen.
■ The alderman positions are filled by Corey Kelly, Chad Neszdba and Clay Forester.
■ Neszdba and Forester have refiled for election. Ernie Stuart and Scott McElrath have also filed.
Three council member positions are up for election in Beasley, currently filled by Jerry Lindeman, Al Beacon and Yvonne Meyer.
■ Meyer has re-filed for her position. Ernesto H. Deleon has also filed for a council position.
Wallis voters will elect three aldermen.The alderman positions are held by Belinda Haflin, Clark Maine Jr. and James King.
■ King and Haflin have filed for the re-election and newcomer David Trevino has also filed.
In Thompsons, voters will elect a mayor and two aldermen.
■ Freddie Newsome Jr. currently serves as mayor and the alderman positions are held by Deborah Brown and Edward Taylor.
■ All three have filed for re-election.
■ Willie Spears has also filed for the mayoral spot.
The mayor and two council positions are up for election in Orchard.
■ Rod Pavlock serves as mayor and Joe Supak and Matt Perreault are the council members whose posts are up for election.
Simonton residents will elect a mayor and two councilors in May.
■ Mayor Laurie Boudreaux has filed for re-election. Serving in the council positions are Jake Davis and Shay Butts.