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The five-member Bexar County Commissioners Court governs Bexar County. Commissioners Court consists of the elected County Judge and four elected precinct Commissioners. The County Judge serves as the presiding officer of Commissioners Court and the spokesperson and ceremonial head of Bexar County government.
Despite its name, Commissioners Court is not a judicial court. Rather, its responsibilities are executive and administrative. The Court´s major duties include:
(1) Answer adapted from An Introduction to Texas County Government, 1980, by the Texas Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.