For all other voters in Lubbock County there are nine proposed state constitutional amendments. The Lubbock League of Women Voters has put together a guide to explain each prop: http://lwvlubbock.org/files/2013cavg_english_final_pdf.pdf
The election will be with voting centers. In other words, voters are not restricted to assigned precincts. Instead, voters may chose from a list of voting locations.
Lubbock County has provided a list of voting centers: http://www.votelubbock.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/ED-Locations_Nov-5-2013.pdf
It has been well publicized that this is the first election in Lubbock County that required a photo ID to vote. The ID must be current or expired for less than 60 days.
Acceptable ID’s include a driver’s license, concealed handgun license, election identification certificate, United States government photo ID, passport, military identification card or a citizenship certificate or naturalization certificate with photograph.