What you need to know about Saturday's joint general, special, bond elections

Election day is May 5

SAN ANTONIO - General voting in the joint general, special and bond elections is scheduled for May 5.

Here's everything you should know before heading to the polls.

Am I registered to vote?

You can check if you're registered to vote on the Bexar County Elections website by entering your date of birth and street number on your registration card.

CLICK HERE TO SEE IF YOU'RE REGISTERED TO VOTE

Do I need to bring anything with me to the polling site?

You must bring an acceptable form of identification to your polling site. 

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF ACCEPTABLE FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION

Where can I vote?

During early voting, registered voters may vote at any polling location. In this case, on May 5, you may only vote at your designated polling location which can be found by clicking the appropriate links below.

CLICK HERE FOR A MAP OF EARLY VOTING SITES 

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF EARLY VOTING SITES AND HOURS

CLICK HERE TO FIND YOUR DESIGNATED POLLING LOCATION 

What propositions, candidates and bonds are on the ballot?

Ballots vary on where you reside, however, a generic sample ballot can be found on the Bexar County Elections website.

SEE GENERIC SAMPLE BALLOT

You can find your specific sample ballot by entering your address information on your voter registration card.

FIND YOUR SPECIFIC SAMPLE BALLOT

How do I get there using public transportation?

VIA is offering free rides to the polls on Election Day. All you have to do is show a valid voter registration card.

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