A total of 10,684 voters countywide cast early ballots in the May 1 municipal elections.
Of those, 9,663 voted in person and 1,021 voted by mail, accoridng to Fort Bend County election officials.
Early voting ended Tuesday.
Election Day is Saturday, and this weekend Rosenberg residents will finally have the opportunity to vote in their own city.
With the Rosenberg Annex off limits due to COVID-19 testing, citizens have had to travel to surrounding cities to vote early.
But on Saturday, Rosenberg City Hall, 2110 Fourth St., will open its doors for the May 1 election. Voting begins at 7 a.m. and will continue through 7 p.m.
In addition to Rosenberg City Hall, listed are the following spots to vote in west Fort Bend County in the upcoming elections:
• Fulshear High School, 9302 Charger Way, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
• Fort Bend County Road and Bridge, 3743 School St. in Needville, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
• Richmond Water Maintenance Facility, 110 North Eighth St., 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
• George Memorial Library, 1001 Golfview Drive, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
• Greatwood Community and Recreation Center, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
• Bowie Middle School, 700 Plantation Drive, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
• Thompsons City Hall Community Center, 520 Thompson Oil Field Lane, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Voters who are in line before 7 p.m. will be allowed to cast a ballot. Polling places may vary between elections, so it is important that citizens verify the available polling locations.
The city of Rosenberg will hold an elections for mayor, currently held by Bill Benton and two council spots: At-Large Position 1, presently held by recently-appointed councilor Herb Phelan, and At- Large Position 2, held by Kevin Raines.
Raines has filed for the mayoral position. Racing against him is former mayor Cynthia McConathy.
The At-Large Position 1 spot will be a hotly contested race, with four people in the running.
Former city council member Alice Jozwiak has filed for election, along with Timothy Krugh, Rodolfo Rudy Cuellar Jr. and L. Jay Edenmeyer.
Former city council members Amanda Barta and Richard Olson have filed for the At-Large Position 2. Additionally, Alicia Casias and Henva Medlow are running for the At-Large Position 2 seat.
Tres Davis is running for the Richmond City Commission. Davis will run against incumbent Terry Gaul for Position 1.
Richmond voters will also elect a resident for Position 3, currently held by Drozd. Drozd, along with Carlos Garcia, have filed for the position.
District 1, District 4 and District 5 seats, as well as one at-large position, are up for election in the city of Fulshear.
Kent Pool who holds the At-Large position, has filed for re-election. Kevin White, who holds the District 1 position, has filed for re-election. Zachary Jones as also filed for the District 1 position.
Joel Patterson is the District 4 representative and has filed for re-election. Kaye Kahlich, who filed for re-election this week, holds the District 5 seat, as well as serves as mayor pro-tem.
In Needville, voters will elect a mayor and two aldermen. The two alderman positions at large are currently represented by Rick Sinclair and Sandra Dorr.
Andrew Bohac serves as mayor. Josh Aldridge has filed for an alderman position.
Two council member positions and the mayor’s post are up for election in Beasley, currently filled by Doug Harris and Carolyn Sabrsula and Mayor Kenneth Reid.
Pleak voters will elect two aldermen and a mayor.
Damon Kuhn holds an alderman position and Carolyn Dalmar vacated her position. Larry Bittner serves as mayor.
Kuhn has re-filed for election.