Early Voting: October 24 - November 4
Election Day: Tuesday, November 8


2022 Midterm Election

The November 8th midterm election has a lot on the ballot, from Governor to U.S. Congress to area judges. Some local school districts are also holding bond or school board elections. And, if you live in another municipality, there’s a chance you’re voting for representatives or propositions! Learn more about what’s on the ballot and get ready to vote!


The midterm election includes Federal, State, and County races.

Federal: United States Representative

State: Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Comptroller of Public Accounts, Commissioner of the General Land Office, Commissioner of Agriculture, Railroad Commissioner, State Supreme Court Justices, Judges of the Court of Criminal Appeals, Justices of the Court of Appeals, District Judges, State Board of Education, State Senator, and State Representative

County: County Commissioners Court Judge, County Commission, County Probate Court, District Clerk, County Clerk, District Attorney


Election Day: Tuesday, November 8

7:00 am – 7:00 pm

Early Voting: Monday, October 24 – Friday, November 4

Monday, October 24 – Friday, October 28: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday, October 29: 8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sunday, October 30: 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Monday, October 31 – Friday, November 4: 8:00 am – 8:00 pm


Where do I go to vote?

During Early Voting and on Election Day, you can vote at ANY polling location. Keep in mind locations might differ between Early Voting and Election Day.

Check back soon for Election Day locations.


What do I need to vote?

The short answer: if you have a Texas or US photo identification (can be expired up to 4 years), bring that. The long answer: if you don’t have government-issued photo identification available, you can show another form of identification and sign a verified declaration at your polling place.


How do I register to vote?

The deadline to register to vote in the midterm election has already passed. If you didn’t have a chance to register in time, make sure you do so now so you’re ready for the next election!

» Get a Registration Application

» Check Your Registration

What if I can't vote in person?

If you won’t be in Bexar County for Early Voting and Election Day; are 65 years or older; are sick or disabled; expected to give birth within three weeks before or after Election Day; or confined in jail but otherwise eligible to vote, you can vote early by mail. Applications must be received by October 28. Mail-in ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day, November 8.

What if my information doesn’t match my identification?

The address on your identification does NOT have to match your address on your voter registration information. If your name does not exactly match your name on your voter registration information, election officials will review your identification, and if your name is “substantially similar,” you’ll be allowed to vote (but required to submit an affidavit stating you are the same person on the official list of voters).

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.

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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