Election Day for the runoff is Saturday, June 5! Register to vote by May 6.

THE RESULTS ARE IN...

A record-breaking number of voters participated in the 2021 municipal election. And, if you live in City Council Districts 1, 2, 3, 5, or 9, you'll head back to the polls for the June 5 runoff election to choose your City Council representative.

Did you know?

13.1%

of San Antonio voters voted in the 2019 municipal election

46.7%

of voters in the 2019 municipal election were age 65 or older

102,407

ballots cast in San Antonio for the 2019 municipal election

784,245

total registered voters in San Antonio for the 2019 municipal election

More community indicators can be found at SA2020.org/data.

Turnout in Municipal Elections by City Council District

Download Voting Graphics

Once you’ve made a plan to vote, make sure your friends and family are ready, too! Download graphics with voting information to share on social media or send to fellow San Antonians.

Voting FAQs

What is a runoff election?

When no candidate receives a majority of the vote in a race, the two candidates receiving the most votes will move on to a second election, called a runoff. That happened in City Council races in Districts 1, 2, 3, 5, and 9 in the May 1 election, so residents in those Districts will vote between the two candidates in the runoff.

I didn’t vote in the May 1 election. Can I vote in the runoff?

Yes! You don’t need to have participated in the first round to vote in the runoff election.

When is the deadline to register to vote in the runoff?

To vote in the June 5 runoff, you must register to vote by May 6

» Get the application and more information
» Check your voter registration

Make your voice heard in the next election! We’ll email you with a reminder when it’s time to vote.

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