SAN ANTONIO – Registered voters in Bexar County who didn’t cast a ballot during the early voting period will have more than 300 polling locations to choose from on Election Day.
Polling locations, which include schools, libraries, churches, city halls and community centers, will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
During this election cycle, Bexar County voters can head to ANY polling site on Tuesday, even those that aren’t in their precinct.
Previously, voters had to stick to voting in their precinct on Election Day. But in 2019, Bexar County was approved to participate in the Countywide Polling Place Program. Atascosa, Comal, DeWitt, Guadalupe, Hays, Kendall, Medina County and dozens of other Texas counties were also approved for the program.
Bexar County has 1,189,373 registered voters but more than half are expected to vote early or by mail. Early voting at 48 polling sites ended Friday.
In total, more than 681,000 voters in Bexar County have cast a ballot so far.
Here are some other voting resources you may want to check out:
- 5 things to watch on Election Day in San Antonio, Texas and US
- Who is on the November 2020 election ballot for Bexar County
- Check polling place wait times in Bexar county with this app
- The procrastinator’s guide to voting on Election Day 2020 in Texas
Here’s a list of all the voting sites that will be open on Election Day. Locations are subject to change, according to the Elections Department. Can’t see the list below? Click here.