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What you need to know:

1. May 6th, 2017 is Municipal Election Day, this means all registered voters in Bexar County can vote for the next San Antonio mayor, their next district representative to city council and the 2017 Bond Program.
2. You can vote early: If you were registered to vote as of April 6th, 2017, you can cast your vote early from April 24th through May 2nd. Click here to check if you're registered to vote.

3. You can vote on campus: That's right! UTSA has been designated as an early voting site, you can cast your ballot at the H-E-B University Center Bexar Room (1.102) on the following dates and times:

  • Monday, April 24 thru Thursday, April 27 - 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Friday, April 28 - CLOSED
  • Saturday, April 29, 2017- 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Sunday, April 30, 2017- CLOSED
  • Monday, May 1 thru Tues., May 2- .8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

If you are by the UTSA Downtown Campus you can vote at the Bexar County Elections Office located on 1103 S Frio St #100, San Antonio, TX 78207.

Not voting on campus? If you don't plan to vote on campus

then click here to find the nearest voting location to you.

 

Don't live in San Antonio? Other Bexar County municipalities have elections, including nearby City of Helotes. Check out the sample ballot for further details.

Be an educated voter!

Information is not hard to access nowdays, take the time to learn about the candidates and the issues they care about, start learning now by clicking the image below:
Or you can view the following voter guides and one-stop webpages for more information about voting and the upcoming election:


Other helpful tips:

  • Bring a photo ID or a valid qualifying document when you vote. You can vote with any of the following: driver's license or ID card, Texas election ID certificate, military ID card, US Citizenship or birth certificate, US passport, paycheck, bank statement or current utility bill.
  • Check a sample ballot box: If you've never voted before and don't know what to expect this ballot box will help you understand what you will be required to fill out to cast your vote.

The University of Texas at San Antonio, Center for Civic Engagement does not endorse any particular candidate or issue on the ballot.
This page is provided as a service for student education and engagement in the voting process.