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What are the general voting procedures for Bexar County?

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To vote in Bexar County, Texas, you must be a registered voter within the county. Register by mailing a completed voter registration application to the Voter Registration Office in San Antonio, Texas, at least 30 days before the next election.

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Once registered, use the tools provided by the Bexar County Elections Department website to locate your designated polling location on Election Day. Under current Texas law, you must present an Election Identification Certificate or other accepted form of government-issued photo identification, such as a driver's license, to receive a ballot at the polling location and cast a vote. Those who want to vote early in Bexar County may do so in person at designated early voting locations during the early voting period, which generally begins 14 days before an election.

Those who meet certain criteria can choose to vote by mail. These criteria include being enlisted in the United States military, being away from the county on Election Day, being sick or disabled, or being at least 65 years of age. To vote by mail, you must request, complete and return a Vote By Mail application prior to Election Day. Those eligible for early voting must return a new Vote By Mail application each election cycle.

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