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EAST TEXAS (TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH) - Races include local options within cities and school districts, with races for school board trustees in Winona, Troup and Lindale, the legalization of beer and wine sales in Whitehouse and a $160.5 million bond proposal for Tyler ISD.

Tyler's City Council election was canceled because the positions were uncontested in each race.

Smith County early voting starts today and lasts through May 6.

Polls will be open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and then 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. May 6. Visit smith-county.com for more information.

TISD Bond Only
Noonday Community Center, 16662 County Road 196, Tyler
The Heritage Building, 1900 Bellwood Road, Tyler

TISD Bond and Smith County MUD No. 1
Smith County Elections Office, 302 E. Ferguson St., Tyler

Lindale ISD Only
Lindale Masonic Lodge, 200 Margaret St., Lindale

Hideaway City Only
Hideaway Member Service Building, 101 Hide-A-Way Lane Central, Hideaway
Security and EMS Facility Lobby, 1301 Spring Creek Circle, Hideaway

Troup ISD Only
Cameron Jarvis Library, 102 S. Georgia St., Troup

Winona ISD Only
Winona Community Center, 520 Dallas St., Winona

Whitehouse Local Option Only
Whitehouse Municipal Court, 311 E. Main, Whitehouse

TISD Bond election
Monday – 484 votes cast

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