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Economic Inequity in Bexar County

First in a series of three forums
DATE: Wednesday, April 28
TIME: 6 p.m.
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Election Day | Saturday, May 1, 2021
Early Voting | April 19-27

What's on your ballot?

Use VOTE411—the League's online, interactive Voters Guide— by entering your address in the form above.

Compare candidate responses —in their own words—to questions on issues you care about;  review unbiased proposition explanations along with "for" and "against" arguments; and make selections on your personalized ballot. 

 You can print a list of your choices to use as a guide when you vote. 

Also available is essential information in both English and Spanish to help you make a plan to vote in Texas.

Important Deadlines

to register to vote—Thurs., April 1
  • application must be postmarked or received at the Bexar County Elections Department
for in-person delivery of application to vote by mail—Fri., April 16
  • deliver your own application to Bexar County Elections Department; you will be asked to show acceptable ID
for mail delivery of application to vote by mail—Tues., April 20
  • applications must be received at the Bexar County Elections Department by this date
to submit mail-in ballot—Sat., May 1
  • you can deliver your own ballot in person only to the Bexar County Elections Department and only on Election Day, May 1, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. —you will be asked to show acceptable ID
  • mailed ballots must be postmarked by Election Day, Sat., May 1 AND received before 5:00 p.m. on Mon., May 3 at the Bexar County Elections Department

Bexar County Elections Dept. | 1103 S. Frio Street, STE 100, San Antonio, TX, 78207
Questions? Call the Bexar County Elections Department at 210-335-8683.


EARLY VOTING  April 19-27

(polls closed Sunday, April 25)
You can vote at any Bexar County polling location!

LWVSA Voter Education Resources

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Contact VoteRiders at 844-338-8743 or info@voteriders.org.


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