Early voting 

The Current loves the rush of voting on election day, but you can avoid long lines before or after work and during lunch on November 4 by taking advantage of early voting, October 20-31, at 40 locations across the city. Polls are open
8 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Saturday, and noon-6 p.m. Sunday. Don’t forget your voter-registration card, and consult bexar.org/elections/ if you have any questions (i.e. Am I registered? What if I’ve lost my card? I moved two weeks ago; now what?). This info is subject to change, so doublecheck it before you drive at the web address above, or by calling the office of the Bexar County Elections Administrator, Jacquelyn F. Callanen, at (210) 335-VOTE (8683).

Early voting locations

BEXAR COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER 300 Dolorosa (limited ballots; Deaflink accessible)

ALZAFAR SHRINE TEMPLE
901 N Loop 1604 West

BLOSSOM ATHLETIC CENTER

12002 Jones Maltsberger

BROOKHOLLOW LIBRARY 530 Heimer

CASTLE HILLS CITY HALL 209 Lemonwood Dr.

CLAUDE BLACK CENTER 2805 E. Commerce

CODY LIBRARY 11441 Vance Jackson

COLLINS GARDEN LIBRARY 200 North Park

CORTEZ LIBRARY 2803 Hunter

CROSSROADS MALL 4522 Fredericksburg

EAST CENTRAL ISD ADMIN BLDG
6634 New Sulphur Springs Road.

FAIR OAKS RANCH CITY HALL
7286 Dietz Elkhorn

GREAT NORTHWEST LIBRARY 9050 Wellwood

HELOTES CITY HALL 12951 Bandera

HENRY A. GUERRA, JR. LIBRARY
7978 W. Military Dr.

JOHN IGO LIBRARY 13330 Kyle Seale Parkway

JOHNSTON LIBRARY 6307 Sun Valley Dr.

JULIA YATES SEMMES LIBRARY @ Comanche Lookout Park 15060 Judson

KINMAN HOUSE OF LEON VALLEY 6417 Evers

KIRBY CITY HALL 112 Bauman

LAS PALMAS LIBRARY 515 Castroville Rd.

LION’S FIELD 2809 Broadway

MAURY MAVERICK, JR. LIBRARY
8700 Mystic Park

MCCRELESS LIBRARY 1023 Ada

MEMORIAL LIBRARY 3222 Culebra

NORTHSIDE ACTIVITY CENTER 7001 Culebra

OLMOS BASIN GOLF CLUB HOUSE
7022 McCullough

SHAVANO PARK CITY HALL 900 Saddletree Ct.

SHOPPERS CITY MALL 660 S.W. Military Drive

SOMERSET HIGH SCHOOL
7650 S. Loop 1604 West

SOUTH PARK MALL 2310 S.W. Military

SOUTH SAN ANTONIO ISD ADMIN BLDG
2515 Bobcat

SOUTHSIDE ISD ADMIN BLDG
1460 Martinez-Losoya

ST. BENEDICT’S CHURCH 4535 Lord

STONE OAK PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
20024 Crescent Oaks

THOUSAND OAKS/EL SENDERO LIBRARY
4618 Thousand Oaks

TOBIN LIBRARY @ OAKWELL
4134 Harry Wurzbach

VIA 1021 San Pedro

UNIVERSAL CITY – CITY HALL
2150 Universal City Blvd

UTSA 6900 N. Loop 1604 West

WINDCREST TAKAS PARK CIVIC CENTER
9310 Jim Seal Dr.


Mostly non-denominational voter guides

First, download a sample ballot and find other voter info (i.e. your polling place) at bexar.org/elections.

Project Vote Smart, votesmart.org, evaluates candidates based on their voting records and the organization’s political-courage test, which challenges politicians to take stands on controversial issues they may face in office.

The enviro-minded League of Conservation Voters, lcv.org, offers an environmental scorecard for evaluating Congressional voting records, and a critical pdf summary of the presidential candidates green bona fides.

Get the highly respected League of Women Voters Presidential Voting Guide online at lwv.org, which provides the candidates’ responses on five issues, including education, economic disparity, and Global Warming. Likewise, the Texas Chapter, lwvtexas.org, offers a Lone Star guide.

If you’re concerned about gender equality and women’s reproductive rights, you’ll want to know who’s endorsed by the National Organization for Women’s PAC, nowpacs.org.

Texans for Public Justice issued a recent report on political contributions to candidates for the Texas Supreme Court, available at tpj.org.

The Log Cabin Republicans, online.logcabin.org, and the Stonewall Democrats, stonewalldemocrats.org, offer in-depth coverage of candidates and their positions/records on LGBT and civil-rights issues such as gay marriage and hate-crime legislation.


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