SAN ANTONIO – The May 6 election will allow voters to choose their representatives and make decisions at the local level with city and school district measures on ballots.
In San Antonio, voters will elect their council representative and vote in the mayor’s race and will also decide whether to amend the city charter with sweeping ballot proposition.
That proposition alone is expected to draw people to the polls, but that’s what we want to know from you.
What issue or candidate is motivating you to vote in the May 6 election?
Do you have questions or concerns for candidates about issues or ballot measures that you’d like KSAT to get answered?
Let us know in the prompts below and we’ll try to get those questions answered.
Voting Dates & Deadlines
- Monday, April 24 - First day of early voting.
- Tuesday, April 25 - Last day to apply for a ballot by mail. (Application must be received, not postmarked by this date.)
- Tuesday, May 2 - Last day of early voting.
- Saturday, May 6 - ELECTION DAY. Absentee/mail-in ballots must be postmarked or delivered by hand by 7 p.m. Ballots from overseas voters must be received by the fifth day after Election Day. Ballots from members of the armed forces must be received by the sixth day after election day.