During the May 6 election, voters in San Antonio will get to weigh in on who represents them and also vote on a hot issue: Proposition A.
The mayor’s seat and all 10 city council positions are on the ballot along with the proposition, which covers marijuana, abortion and cite-and-release. Click here for a full explainer on that topic.
Elsewhere in Bexar County, council seats in different municipalities are up for grabs and bonds for various school districts are on the ballot. You can see the full Bexar County ballot here.
There are currently 1.2 million voters in Bexar County, and of which 826,178 are in San Antonio. Before Election Day on May 6, they will be able to vote early from Monday, April 24 to Tuesday, May 2 at any one of 42 polling locations in Bexar County.
See below for things to know about voting early in the joint general, special, charter and bond election.
Here’s what you need to know about voting early:
Registered voters can vote at any polling site during the early voting period from April 24-May 2, or vote at any polling site on Election Day on May 6.
Early voting locations will be closed on Friday, April 28 for Fiesta San Jacinto/Battle of Flowers Day, and on Sunday, April 30.
Some voters may be eligible to vote by mail. The last day to apply for a ballot by mail — received, not postmarked — is April 25. (You can read more about absentee/mail voting here.)
The last day to register to vote was April 6, but if you’re not sure if you’re registered, you can click here to check.
There will be 42 polling places available during the early voting period.
Early voting hours:
- Monday, April 24 through Thursday, April 27 - 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Saturday, April 29 - 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Monday, May 1 through Tuesday, May 2 - 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Early voting locations in Bexar County:
- Alamo Heights ISD administration building: 7101 Broadway St.
- Bexar County Justice Center (basement): 300 Dolorosa. Weekdays only, closes at 6 p.m.
- Brook Hollow Branch Library: 530 Heimer Road
- Castle Hills City Hall (community room): 209 Lemonwood Drive
- Claude Black Center: 2805 East Commerce
- Cody Branch Library: 11441 Vance Jackson
- Converse City Hall: 407 S. Seguin Road
- Copernicus Community Center: 5003 Lord Road
- Cortez Branch Library: 2803 Hunter Blvd.
- East Central ISD board room: 6634 New Sulphur Springs Road
- Encino Branch Library: 2515 East Evans Road
- Great Northwest Branch Library: 9050 Wellwood
- Guerra Branch Library: 7978 W Military Drive
- Helotes City Hall: 12951 Bandera Road
- John Igo Branch Library: 13330 Kyle Seale Parkway
- Johnston Branch Library: 6307 Sun Valley Drive
- Kirby City Hall: 112 Bauman
- Ladera Elementary School: 14750 W Grosenbacher Road
- Las Palmas Branch Library: 515 Castroville Road
- Leon Valley Conference Center: 6421 Evers Road
- Lion’s Field: 2809 Broadway
- Luckey Ranch Elementary School: 12045 Luckey River
- Maverick Branch Library: 8700 Mystic Park
- McCreless Branch Library: 1023 Ada St.
- Memorial Branch Library: 3222 Culebra Road
- Mission Branch Library: 3134 Roosevelt Ave.
- Northside Activity Center: 7001 Culebra Road
- Northwest Vista College (Mountain Laurel Hall, Room 103): 3535 N. Ellison Drive
- Palo Alto College (Palomino Center, Room 121): 1400 W. Villaret Blvd.
- Parman Branch Library at Stone Oak: 20735 Wilderness Oak
- Precinct 1 Satellite Office: 3505 Pleasanton Road
- Precinct 3 Satellite Office: 320 Interpark Blvd.
- San Antonio College (Victory Center): 1819 N. Main Ave.
- Schaefer Branch Library: 6322 Us Hwy 87 E.
- Semmes Branch Library at Comanche Lookout Park: 15060 Judson Road
- Shavano Park City Hall (lobby): 900 Saddletree Ct.
- Southside ISD administration building: 1460 Martinez-Losoya Road
- Tobin Library at Oakwell: 4134 Harry Wurzbach
- Universal City Library: 100 Northview Drive
- UTSA (Bexar Room): 1 UTSA Circle
- Windcrest Takas Park Civic Center: 9310 Jim Seal Drive
- Wonderland Mall of The Americas at Crossroads (Lower Level, A-44): 4522 Fredericksburg Road
What do I need to bring to the polling place?
Acceptable forms of ID include a Texas driver’s license, a Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS, a Texas personal identification card issued by DPS, a Texas handgun license issued by DPS, a U.S. military ID card with a photo, a U.S. citizenship certificate containing with a photo, or a U.S. passport.
There are options if residents do not have one of the acceptable forms of ID and cannot reasonably obtain one.
They can fill out a Reasonable Impediment Declaration at their place of voting and show one of the following supporting forms of ID:
- copy or original of a government document that shows the voter’s name and an address, including the voter registration certificate;
- copy of or original current utility bill;
- copy of or original bank statement;
- copy of or original government check;
- copy of or original paycheck; or
- copy of or original of (a) a certified domestic (from a U.S. state or territory) birth certificate or (b) a document confirming birth admissible in a court of law which establishes the voter’s identity (which may include a foreign birth document).