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November 3rd is here and Texans who have not cast an early or absent vote go to the polls to cast their votes.

In addition to the presidential elections between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, Corpus Christi will decide who will represent the 11th Congressional District as well as the races of the Texas Senate and Railroad Commissioner.

The polls close at 7 p.m. in Texas.

As Texas collects votes, check out live scores and real-time data on the nationwide races here. You can find updates here.

South Texas 2020 Voter Guide:What’s on the ballot, polling stations, candidates and more

Real-time Texas General Election results

Live results: Local live election results can be found here.

Here’s a look at some of the major races in the Corpus Christi region:

Corpus Christi Mayor Race

  • Pancho Villa
  • Eric Rodriguez
  • Carolyn Vaughn
  • Priscilla Leal Gonzalez
  • Joe Michael Perez
  • Roberto Seidner
  • Joe McComb
  • John Medina
  • Paulette Guajardo

The candidates:These are the nine candidates for the mayor of Corpus Christi

Your platforms:This is what mayoral candidates think about budgets, taxes and a desalination plant

Nueces District Attorney

  • Jon West
  • Mark Gonzalez

Nueces District Attorney Race:What you should know about Mark Gonzalez and Jon West

Corpus Christi Election Results: Scott, Adame Retain Del Mar Seats; Turner Wins District 4 Corpus Christi 2020 Election: Live Updates on Races in South Texas, Vote Election Results: Voters Pick Four Corpus Christi ISD Trustees, OK $ 136.2M Bond This is what Corpus Christi 2020 election day looked like

Nueces County Sheriff

  • JC Hooper
  • David Torres

Notes:Here are the endorsements for racing in Nueces County, Corpus Christi

What’s on the ballot?

Click here to find out what’s on the ballot, polling stations, candidates, and more

Borrowing measure:Here’s What Corpus Christi voters need to know about the $ 75 million 2020 bond effort

More:Here’s what you should know about Corpus Christi ISD’s proposed bond