Did you miss National Voter Registration Day in September? Yeah...we did too. Don’t worry, you still have time to register. According to the most recent US census data, as many as one in four Americans may still not be registered to vote.
Let’s help fix that.
Double-check your registration status
You only need to update your voter registration status when you move (otherwise your ballot gets sent to the wrong place), but it’s best to double-check to make sure everything’s correct ahead of time.
Find your registration status on the Bexar County Elections website and see what items will be on your next ballot. It only takes a few seconds to fill out.
Register, if you need to
Not registered? Don’t sweat it. You can:
- Register online through the Texas Secretary of State’s website to print, sign, and mail your application
- Call the Voter Registration office at 210-335-VOTE (8683) and request an application
- You can also find voter registration applications at local libraries, government offices, or high schools
You can learn more about registration and voting in San Antonio by visiting the Bexar County Elections Department website.
Watch for these upcoming dates
- Monday, Feb. 5 — Last day to register to vote online or by mail.
- Friday, Feb. 23 — Last day for the Elections Department to receive your mail ballot application.
- Tuesday, Feb. 20 to Friday, March 1 — Early voting period.
- Tuesday, March 5 — Election Day — it’s the big day. Make sure your ballots are postmarked or turned into a ballot drop-off box before 7 p.m.