- Early Voting lasts until 10 p.m. on Oct. 30. You can vote at any polling place in Bexar County. Use our mobile-friendly map to find times and a convenient polling place during early voting or on Election Day, Nov. 3.
- Mail ballots must be returned to the county by 7 p.m. Election Day, Nov. 3. It is too late to mail your ballot back. Drop your mail ballot in person at the Elections Office 1103 S. Frio St. before 7 p.m. Nov. 3.
Where is the Fastest Place to Vote?
- MOVE the Line is a crowdsourced tool to record and map wait times at the polls. Click here to start, then tap the map button to see how long or short the lines are, then help your neighbors by clicking on the tool to record your wait time.
- On Facebook, more than 6,000 neighbors have collaborated on this people-powered Bexar County Wait-Time page. You can search for recent reports, then pay it forward by adding your own report and optional photo.
How to Vote Curbside:
- Call ahead to the Elections Office 210-335-VOTE (8683) so the early voting clerk at your vote center can be notified that you want to vote from your car.
- All polling locations in Bexar County have the ExpressTouch voting unit for curbside voting use. Call ahead to 210-335-VOTE (8683
How to Vote With a Mobility Problem:
- Election officers are giving voting order priority to individuals with a mobility problem that substantially impairs the person’s ability to move around. Election judges may bring the individual to the front of the line, along with an assistant, if necessary. Read more here.
How to Vote By Mail:
- Mail ballots must be returned to the county by 7 p.m. Election Day, Nov. 3. It is too late to mail the ballot back. Drop your mail ballot in person at the Elections Office 1103 S. Frio St. before 7 p.m. Nov. 3.
How to Track Your Mail-in Ballot:
- If you returned your mail-in ballot in Bexar County, you can check its status here: https://www.bexar.org/3327/Track-your-Mail-Ballot.
- You will be asked to enter your last name, date of birth, and either Texas Drivers License or last four digits of your Social Security number.
- You will get a report showing when the Elections Department received your request for a mail-in ballot, when the ballot was sent out to you, when your ballot was received, plus a report on whether it was accepted or not.
How do I get an Emergency Ballot if I Get Sick?
- If you have an illness preventing you from safely voting in person, you can connect with a volunteer physician and potentially receive a certificate to apply for an emergency ballot.
- Call (833) 4MOVETX / (833) 466-8389 to schedule a virtual appointment to speak with a physician Oct. 24, 2020 until Nov. 3, 2020.
Documentation to Vote in Person:
- Bring your voter registration card to speed the process. If you do not have your card, you will be asked for a Texas driver's license or other form of positive identification.
- You will be asked to show photo ID to vote in Texas. You may use your Texas driver's license, Texas election ID certificate; Texas personal ID card; Texas handgun license; US military ID with photo; US citizenship certificate with photograph or a US passport.
Do I Have to Wear A Mask?
- Wear a mask out of respect and care for your neighbors. A federal judge overruled Gov. Greg Abbott's mask mandate exemption for polling places, but that decision is being appealed.