From bonds for school improvements to contests for local city council seats, Texans had a range of issues to decide on when filling out their ballots in the Nov. 7 election.

As results continue to roll in, check here for live county-by-county election results in Central Texas.

One of the most discussed bonds -- which passed -- was the $1.05 billion bond for school improvements in Austin ISD. For two years, the district had been working on a bond recommendation that will serve as what they call a "facilities master plan." Go here to find out what AISD's bond means for you.

Texans were also asked to approve seven amendments to the state's constitution. Around midnight on election night, incoming results pointed that all seven amendments would pass. Click here for an explainer on what those could mean for you.