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Elections & Voting

Information and resources on voters, voting, and elections in Texas and Bexar County.

Direction for Using this Guide

1. If you are not certain at which address in Texas you are currently registered, or if you are currently registered in Texas, check the Am I Registered? site.

2. If you are registered to vote in Bexar County, go to the Bexar County Elections site.

3. Click on the Voter Registration Check & Polling Location Search to check your voter registration status, polling location, and your individual sample ballot. Know what will be on your ballot BEFORE you go to the polling site. Note: No one will vote in every election on the generic ballot.

4. Bring your valid Photo ID or Acceptable Form of ID for Texas Voters when voting in person.

5. See additional resources for more information about these candidates and elections.

6. After making your choices, visit any early voting location in Bexar County or go to your polling site on Election Day and VOTE!

Precinct Finder App (Bexar County)

Start here: If you are registered to vote in Bexar County, find out your Precinct, which will tell you which jurisdictions you are in, and who represents you.

Photo ID Required for Texas Voters

Get a personalized ballot and compare candidates!

MOVE San Antonio

MOVE San Antonio

  • MOVE San Antonio - a grassroots, nonprofit, nonpartisan group of young adults engaging and organizing San Antonio's next generation, face-to-face, in building democracy.

US Election Assistance Commission

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  • United States Election Assistance Commission -  serves as a national clearinghouse for information on election administration, adopts guidelines for a voluntary voting system, provides guidance in meeting HAVA (Help America Vote Act) requirements, accredits voting testing laboratories, and certifies voting equipment and systems

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Voter Eligibility & Voter Registration

To be eligible to register in Texas, you must:
•  Be a U.S. citizen;
•  be a resident of the country;
•  be 18 years old (you may register at 17 years and 10 months);
•  not a convicted felon (unless a person's sentence is completed, including any probation or parole)
•  not declared mentally incapacitated by a court of law

More information can be obtained from
Texas Secretary of State
PO Box 12887
Austin, TX 78711-2060
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-252-VOTE (8683)
Fax: 512-475-2811

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