All San Antonio area election results for May 4, 2024

Election results will begin populating after polls close at 7 p.m.

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Voters in Bexar County and the San Antonio area will head to the polls Saturday to elect city leaders and school board trustees, and decide the fate of municipal and school district bond proposals.

Perhaps the races garnering the most interest on the Bexar County ballot are five trustee seats up for grabs at North East ISD that could tip the balance of control of the board.

Southwest ISD voters will also head to the polls to decide three at-large trustee seats while the Alamo Community College District will hold an election for District 6 trustee.

New Braunfels ISD has three bond propositions on the ballot that would pay for the replacement of New Braunfels High School, new stadium, and computer upgrades.

Medina Valley ISD has a bond package broken down into two proposals that would pay for a new new middle school, two new elementary schools and land purchases.

Also on the Bexar County ballot are three seats for the Bexar County Appraisal District.

Find election results by clicking the links below, or use the drop-down menu above to find the specific election you’re interested in.

Key races

Alamo Community College District

Atascosa ESD #1

Balcones Heights

Bexar Appraisal District


Boerne ISD



China Grove

Comal County Appraisal District

Comal ISD



Fair Oaks Ranch

Falls City ISD


Garden Ridge

Grey Forest


Karnes City ISD

Kendall County WCID No. 2B




Lake Dunlap WCID

Leon Valley

Live Oak


Lytle ISD

Medina Valley ISD

Natalia ISD

Navarro ISD

New Braunfels

New Braunfels ISD

North East ISD



Poteet ISD

Poth ISD

Runge ISD


San Antonio MUD

Santa Clara


Shavano Park


Southwest ISD

St. Hedwig

Stockdale ISD

Terrell Hills

Universal City

Uvalde CISD

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