2018 Midterm Elections

Make your voice heard in the 2018 election! You’ll be choosing representatives at the federal, state, and county level, and if you live in the San Antonio city limits, you will also vote on three City Charter amendments.

In other words, it’s really important—and your community needs you.

Everything you need to know

Deadline to Register

Oct. 9, 2018

Early Voting

Oct. 22 - Nov. 2, 2018

Election Day

Nov. 6, 2018

What to Bring?

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.

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Need a Ride?

VIA offers free rides to the polls on Election Day. Just show your voter registration card when you board. Lyft and Uber will also offer free or discounted rides on Election Day. Check the app on November 6th for more information.

More Questions about voting?

We've rounded up answers to the questions we get asked the most to help you feel totally prepared to get to the polls and cast your vote.

Frequently Asked Questions
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Bexar County voter turnout in 2014 midterm elections

Tell your friends!

Our city is stronger when everyone’s voice is heard, and people are more likely to vote when they see that their friends or neighbors are voting.

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See Our Community’s Progress

Increasing voter turnout and civic engagement is just one piece of the puzzle. Check out SA2020’s 2017 Impact Report to see where San Antonio stands on the goals we set together.

See the Report

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San Antonio by the Numbers


of registered voters actually voted in June 2017 municipal election.


Total registered voters in June 2017 in San Antonio


Total number of voters in June 2017 municipal election


Estimated San Antonio Population in 2016

More community indicators can be found at sa2020.org/progress