Political and policy discussions can often be muddled by growing partisanship and a disconnect between peoples' reality and experience.
Instead of telling you what issues are most pressing based on the conversations on the campaign trail — virtual and otherwise — we’re stepping back from the horse race and looking to our viewers to tell us what issues are driving them to the polls.
While many can agree on the importance of broad policies around a strong education system or a fair tax structure, most voters are dealing with more specific and personal issues that impact their checkbooks and daily lives directly.
We want to know: What is that issue for you and why?
What would you like the candidates to talk about when competing for your votes?
What do you need to know to feel confident about casting your ballot?
Let us know in the prompt below. Your answer may appear in an article on our website. Please let us know if you are a first-time voter, the city or county where you live and whether we can publish your first name (check “anonymous” if you wish to not be identified.)
Voting resources from KSAT.com:
- Here’s how, where to vote early in Bexar County
- Texas counties can offer only one drop-off ballot location, federal appeals court rules, upholding Gov. Greg Abbott’s order
- Who is on the November 2020 election ballot for Bexar County
- FAQ: How to make sure your mail-in ballot is counted in 2020
- Everything you need to know about voting in the 2020 November General Election
- How San Antonio has voted in past presidential elections
- Bexar Facts poll finds majority support for all 3 propositions on November ballot in San Antonio
- Sign up for KSAT’s free, weekly Vote 2020 Election newsletter here.