Here are some resources to find out about your local elections and elected officials.
- Who Represents Me: This page is a Texas state site where you can lookup all statewide elected officials. You can also find links where you find out how to contact your elected officials to see what bills they have sponsored.
- District Viewer: This is a state page that will show overlay maps of the various districts.
- Texas Governor
- Texas Senate
- Texas House of Representatives
- Texas State Board of Education members
If you don’t know what offices are up for election, who your current elected representatives are or which voting precinct you live in – the best place to start is the Bexar Precinct Finder to see a map of your precinct, which candidates you will be able to vote on during the next election cycle and a map of each of the areas they represent.
- Voter Registration: Register to vote and check your voter status! You can order a new voter registration card or update your mailing address here if you’ve moved.
- Election Results: Statewide Election results can be found here, they are posted as soon as they become available.
- County Elections Office: Go here to find comprehensive local elections information, including where to go to vote and how to get involved in the process. If you wish to get trained to be a county elections judge or elections clerk, or get deputized to become a voter registrar – contact the county elections administrator here.