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The Bexar County Elections Department is responsible for voter registration activities and election operations throughout Bexar County. This includes 712 voting precincts, 53 political subdivisions, 20 Independent School Districts, 29 Cities, 3 Military Installations (including Lackland AFB, Fort Sam Houston, and Randolph Air Force Base), and over 1,049,400 registered voters.

Announcements

New Voter Registration Cards Being Mailed Out

Our office is now in the process of preparing to mail 900,000 + voter registration cards to the registered voters of Bexar County.  These new yellow cards will be mailed starting today, December 5th.  The certificates are valid from January 1, 2018 thru December 31, 2019 and will be mailed to every registered voter in the County at the address on file. 

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  1. New Voter Registration Cards Being Mailed Out

    Elections is preparing to mail voter registration cards to registered voters of Bexar County. New cards will be mailed starting Dec. 5. They are valid from Jan. 1, 2018 - Dec. 31, 2019 & will be mailed to registered voters at the address on file. Read more about the coming cards
  2. 2018 Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar Classes

    View the 2018 Schedule for Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar Classes. If you are interested in the Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar Classes, please call 210-335-6625. Read about the Registrar Classes
  3. 2017 Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar Classes

    View the 2017 Schedule for Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar Classes. If you are interested in the Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar Classes, please call 210-335-6625. Read about the Registrar Classes
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Notice of Voting Order Priority

An election officer may give voting order priority to individuals with a mobility problem that substantially impairs the person's ability to move around. Read the full notice on voting order priority for details.

Aviso de Prioridad de Orden de Votación

Un oficial de elecciones puede dar prioridad de orden de votación a individuos con un problema de movilidad que dificulta sustancialmente la capacidad de la persona para moverse. Para más detalles, lea el aviso completo sobre la prioridad de orden de votación.

Election Identification Cards

For questions or more information regarding the EIC program, please contact the Bexar County Elections Office.

Voter ID Information - Updated!

 For further information visit VoteTexas.Gov.

ID Required for Texas Voters

Check Your Voter Information

To check to see if your information matches, visit the Texas Secretary of State's Voter Registration page. Put in your birthdate and house number and it will give you the name you currently have on your official voter registration card. You can also call the Elections Department at 210-335-VOTE (8683).

Make sure your voter information is up to date. If you've moved, changed apartments or your name, your voter information must be updated.

Bexar County Elections Department

  1. JACQUELYN F. CALLANEN
    Elections Administrator

    1103 S. Frio, Ste. 100
    San Antonio, TX 78207

    Phone: 210-335-VOTE (8683)
    FAX: 210-335-0371 (Elections)