GRAYSON COUNTY, TX - Early voting ends Friday in Grayson County, with many key races on the ballot.
Elections clerk Deana Patterson tells us voter turnout has been normal since early voting began last Monday. She says they're averaging about 400 voters per day.
One of the biggest races in Grayson County this year is for sheriff. Brent Adams, David Hawley, and Johnny Waldrip are taking on incumbent Sheriff Keith Gary in the Republican primary. You can hear from all four candidates on First News Forum Sunday at 6 a.m.
For early voting locations, times, and dates, as well as sample ballots, check the links below.
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