What You Need To Know To Vote In South-Central Texas Primary Runoff Election

May 21, 2018

Election Day for the primary runoffs is Tuesday. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

First, make sure you're registered. Since polling places are assigned to each precinct, find your precinct here.

Valid identification must be presented to vote in Texas. Proper forms of identification include: 

  • Texas driver license
  • Texas Election Identification Certificate
  • Texas personal identification card
  • Texas concealed handgun license
  • U.S. military identification card (with photo)
  • U.S. citizenship certificate (with photo)
  • U.S. passport

If you don't have a valid ID, bring:

  • Copy or original of a government document that shows the voter’s name and an address, including the voter’s voter registration certificate. 
  • Copy of or original current utility bill.
  • Copy of or original bank statement.
  • Copy of or original government check.
  • Copy of or original paycheck.
  • Copy of or original of a U.S. state or territory birth certificate or a document confirming birth admissible in a court of law, which establishes the voter’s identity, which may include a foreign birth document.

After presenting a supporting form of ID, you’ll have to sign a Reasonable Impediment Declaration. Learn more about voter ID.

What's On My Ballot?

Once you've determined that you're registered, type in your address below, pick a party's primary and then see what's on your ballot.

Now, here's a rundown of polling place in South-Central Texas.

Bexar County

Below is a full list of polling locations for Bexar County.

Comal County

Below is a full list of polling locations for Bexar County.

Kendall County

Guadalupe County

Wilson County

Polling locations in Wilson County:

  • Republican/Democratic polling locations for the primary runoff election.
  • Republican/Democratic: La Vernia City Hall, 202 Chihuahua Rd.
  • Democratic: Floresville Independent School Annex, 1201 A St.

Atascosa County

Medina County

Polling locations for Medina County:

  • Medina County Elections Building, 1202 14th St.
  • Medina County Castroville Building, 8366 FM 471 S.
  • Medina County Devine Building, 317 State Hwy 132 N.
  • Mico Volunteer Fire Dept., 7121 County Road 271 

Bandera County

Vince Kong can be reached at vkong@tpr.org or on Twitter @teamvincek