A hot governor's race. Dozens of local races. Tax questions, victims' rights and Sunday-morning Bloody Marys.

They're all on the ballot in Central Georgia when early voting opens Monday for the 2018 fall election.

In Macon-Bibb, they'll hold early voting from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday at the board of elections office, 2525 Pio Nono Ave.

Houston County's early voting happens in three locations: the board of elections at 801 Main St., Perry; the Houston Health Pavilion conference center at 233 N. Houston Road; and the health science building at Central Georgia Technical College, 71 Cohen Walker Road.

Early voting in those three locations will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Statewide, every county will hold early voting on Saturday, Oct. 27.

And Bibb County has approved voting on Sunday, Oct. 28.

Here's what you'll see on the ballot:

The governor's race, featuring Democrat Stacy Abrams, Republican Brian Kemp and Libertarian Ted Metz, has drawn national attention.

But Georgians will also settle races for Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Agriculture Commissioner, Insurance Commissioner, Labor Commissioner and state School Superintendent.

Two seats on the state Public Service Commission, which regulations Georgia utilities, are also on the ballot

Three congressional seats that cover parts of Central Georgia are also up for grabs.

Democrat Sanford Bishop, whose district includes part of Macon; and Republicans Jody Hice, whose district includes Milledgeville, and Rick Allen, who represents Dublin, all face challengers.

There are five races for Central Georgia seats in the General Assembly.

In House District 144, voters will pick a new representative to replace Bubber Epps. The choices are Republican Danny Mathis or Democrat Jessica Walden. The district includes Twiggs, Wilkinson and Bleckley counties and parts of Jones, Bibb, Houston and Laurens counties.

Also on the ballot: Telfair, Treutlen and Baldwin counties vote on SPLOSTs. Baldwin's is for transportation projects.

Six people are running to replace John Cary Bittick as Monroe County's sheriff.

Bibb County and the city of Perry both vote on extending the hours for Sunday drink sales into Sunday morning to allow alcohol for Sunday brunch.

Crawford County has a county commission race, for District 1, and Laurens County has commission races in Districts 1 and 4.

Macon County will elect a new sheriff -- either Grover Barfield or Leonard Johnson. Macon County also has a county commission race in District 5.

Five people are running to become Pulaski County's sole commissioner, the county's executive.

Washington County has a commission race, in District 3, and Wilkinson has two, in Districts 1 and 2.

There are also six statewide ballot questions. They include creating a statewide outdoor trust fund, a state business court and forest-conservation tax breaks and a proposed constitutional amendment to establish victims' rights.

Election Day is Nov. 6.

For information on polling places and voting hours in your county, contact your local board of elections.