Vote 2022 KSAT Q&A: Your election questions answered

KSAT.com’s Ivan Herrera was joined by Maria Mendez, service and engagement reporter for the Texas Tribune, to answer some of your election questions.

SAN ANTONIO – KSAT.com’s Ivan Herrera was joined by Maria Mendez, service and engagement reporter for the Texas Tribune, to answer some of your election questions.

Viewers submitted the following questions:

  • Does a person need to provide their Texas ID, driver’s license, or the last four numbers of their Social Security to cast an in-person ballot and insure their vote is counted?
  • Does the address on my driver’s license have to match the address on my voter’s registration card? And if they don’t match, what can you do?
  • Do voters have a right to tell poll watchers not to listen in if the voter needs to ask the election judge a question when casting their ballot?
  • If I’m registered to vote by mail, do I need to complete a new application?
  • When should people who vote by mail expect to get their ballot?
  • When you move, does that address information automatically get sent to the elections office?
  • How can someone run for office without having the money other high-dollar politicians have?

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About the Authors:

Ivan Herrera has worked as a journalist in San Antonio since 2016. His work for KSAT 12 and KSAT.com includes covering breaking news of the day, as well as producing Q&As and content for the "South Texas Pride" and "KSAT Money" series.