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Where to vote in Bexar County for bonds on May 7, elections for constitutional amendment

SAN ANTONIO – Election day in Bexar County for the joint constitutional amendment on May 7, the general, special elections, the charter and bond elections is almost here.

Voters will decide whether to reduce some property tax bills, approve bonds and select municipal and school officials. Everyone in Texas will have two proposals for constitutional amendments regarding the release of households on their ballots, the rest of the voting is determined by your polling station.

You can see the full May 7 newsletter for Bexar County here.

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Voters can vote at any polling station, no matter where they live.

To see the nearest voting center to your home, click here. A full list of polling stations can be found here.

To find out who has the right to vote by mail, how to vote and what to bring to the polls, see: Everything you need to know about voting in the constitutional amendment on May 7, special and bond elections.

This will not be the only election this month. The runoff for the interim primary competitions will take place on May 24. Click here for other key election dates.

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Where to vote in Bexar County for bonds on May 7, elections for constitutional amendment

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