Here's everything you need to know before casting your vote TODAY
SAN ANTONIO – People who didn't get a chance to vote early can cast their vote on Tuesday, election day.
Unlike early voting, people must vote at their assigned polling site on election day.
Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Voters will have the opportunity to vote for a U.S. Senate seat, several U.S. House seats and a host of state and local seats.
City of San Antonio registered voters will have the opportunity to vote on three charter amendments.
One amendment would put a term limit and salary cap on the city manager's position.
Additionally, registered voters of Bexar County residing within 5 miles of the boundary of Camp Bullis and Camp Stanley, and registered voters of Bexar County residing within 5 miles of the boundary of Lackland Air Force Base and Medina Base Training Annex, will have the opportunity to choose between being annexed by the city or providing the city with the authority to adopt and enforce an ordinance regulating the land use in the area in the manner recommended by the most recent joint land use study.
Check if you're registered to vote
You can check if you're registered to vote by going to the Texas Secretary of State's website and entering your information.
The website asks you to identify yourself using one of the following three sets of information:
- Texas driver's license number and date of birth
- Voter unique identifier and date of birth
- Name county and date of birth
The website will tell you if your voter status is active, what precinct you're part of and any upcoming elections to prepare for.
What to bring to the polling site:
There are seven acceptable forms of identification registered voters can bring to the polls:
- Texas driver's license
- Texas election identification certificate
- Texas personal identification card
- Texas handgun license
- United States military ID card with a photo
- United States citizenship certificate with a photo or a United States passport
These documents may be expired up to four years. For voters age 70 or older, there is no limit on the expiration of identification.
See list of Election Day polling sites
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