Voting starts at 7 a.m. Saturday for the general election in Texas. There are dozens of decisions for voters to make their voices heard. The polls will close at 7 p.m.

Every registered voter in Texas can vote on two constitutional amendments. Proposition 1 seeks to allow the state legislature to reduce the limit on the taxes that may be proposed for public school purposes on an elderly or disabled homeowner. Proposition 2 would raise the tax exemption homeowners can take on their public school taxes from $25,000 to $40,000.

The rest of the ballot varies based on the voting district. FOX 44 News is following more than 80 races in Central Texas, with Bell County leading the way with 36 races.

These races include city and school district leadership, as well as multi-million dollar bond proposals.

Below you will find links to each county’s voting locations:

You will be able to find the results of the election on FOX 44 and right here.