Bexar County Elections Department

Jacquelyn F. Callanen,
 Elections Administrator

  1. Election Information
  2. SPECIAL ELECTION
    TEXAS STATE REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 118

    SEPTEMBER 28, 2021


  3. Early Vote Period: Monday, September 20, 2021  – Friday, September 24, 2021
    Election Day: Tuesday, September 28, 2021

  4. 2021-9-28 19:00:00 GMT-05:00
  1. Make your voice heard!
  2. View the generic sample ballot for the election.
  3. Check your registration and find your individual sample ballot and Vote Centers.

    Find the individual sample ballot and Vote Centers for an address.
    The address must match what is on the Voter Registration record.
  4. Download a list of all September 28 Election Day Vote Centers
    Election Day Vote Centers are open September 28, 7 AM until 7 PM
    Voters can visit any of these Vote Centers to vote on election day.

Welcome!

The Bexar County Elections Department is responsible for voter registration activities and election operations throughout Bexar County. This includes 734 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 1,179,047 registered voters.

Events  (Open to the Public)

  1. Volunteer Deputy Registrar Certification Training 2021-2022

    We are excited to announce the return of the Volunteer Deputy Registrar Training Program. In order to ensure everyone’s safety, the are now 3 options available at this time to become a Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar in Bexar County. Learn more about the training options >
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Notices


Election Identification Cards

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

Voter ID Information

 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.