Candidate debates sponsored by the League ready to begin
The March 6 primary ballot will have many races on it whether you vote Republican or Democratic. The San Antonio Area League will be helping you sort out the candidates with debates in which everyone running in each race in the debate is invited to participate.
Feb. 12, 7-9 p.m., Jefferson United Methodist Church, 758 Donaldson Ave.: Candidates for Texas House District 116, District Attorney.
Feb. 13, 6-8 p.m., MacArthur High School, 2923 MacArthur View: Candidates for Texas House District 121.
Learn how you can get more involved with the League
Do you have skills you'd like to put to use for the betterment of the community? The San Antonio Area League's nominating committee is having an informational meeting Jan. 20 for anyone who wants to explore the possibilities. For more details, click here.
Who is on the March 6 ballot, changes in some precincts
The Secretary of State has posted all the names that will appear on the Democratic and Republican primary ballots on March 6. See it here.
Green, Libertarian and independent candidates use other processes to get on the Nov. 6 general election ballot.
If you vote early (Feb. 20-March 2), you can vote at any voting site. 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.