Learn about judicial races at debate
The March 6 primary ballot will have many races on it whether you vote Republican or Democratic.
The San Antonio Area League is helping you sort out the candidates with debates in which everyone running in each race in the debate is invited to participate.
Judicial races are particularly difficult because the candidates are largely unfamiliar. Attending the League's next debate should help matters.
What: Debate among criminal district court candidates.
When: Tuesday, Feb. 27, at 6 p.m.
Where: UTSA downtown campus in the Aula Canaria room. Free parking in lot D3.
Thinking of running for office?
Our third workshop, Running for Local Office 301, will be Monday, Mar. 12, 6-8 p.m. at the San Antonio Central Branch Library, 600 Soledad. The workshop will include:
- Public Speaking and Debating Tips
- Campaign Literature Basics
- Recruiting and Training Staffers and Volunteers
- More Best Practices
As always, this workshop will be free, for anyone who is even thinking about running or wants to help someone who is running. It has no prerequisites.
To ensure we have sufficient seating and materials, we ask that you register by March 9 by clicking here
If you vote early (Through March 2), you can vote at any voting site. Locations are posted on the Bexar County Elections Department website, bexar.org/elections. If you vote on election day, you must vote at your assigned site. It may have changed. New, yellow voter registration cards have been mailed. Check your precinct number and then look here to see if your location has changed.