Eight Republicans and four Democrats are running to succeed Land Commissioner George P. Bush as head of the Texas General Land Office, which administers disaster recovery after major storms, oversees the Alamo, manages Texas' state-run veterans homes and contributes oil and gas royalties to the state's $44 billion public school endowment. Voter Guide: What to know for the Texas primary election A full review of the candidates and key state and local races on the ballot for the March 1 primary election. Brailey, a longtime educator and social justice activist, is the vice chair of the Texas Democratic Party. She has volunteered for several other organizations and has created programming for high school students and domestic violence survivors. Its midterm election season, and the San Antonio Reports election guide is here to answer all your most important questions. Statewide recommendations are below. When's my deadline? Bexar County Commissioners Court, Precinct 2, Bexar County Commissioners Court, Precinct 4. Young previously clerked for Justice Antonin Scalia after graduating from Yale Law School and spent nearly a year in Baghdad to help lead the U.S. government's "rule of law" mission while working for the Justice Department. Early Voting | April 24-May 2 Important Deadlines First day to apply for a ballot by mail: January 1 Last day to register to vote: Thursday, April 6 Last day for Elections Department to receive mail ballot application: Tuesday, April 25 Last day for Elections Department to receive mail ballot: 7 pm on Saturday, May 6 if not postmarked; Click here to view Bexar Countys voter precincts. He seeks to be the first Asian-American or person of Pacific Islander descent to serve on the board. He is running to end divisive rhetoric and lists 13 policy priorities, including affordable housing and border security, according to his website. And for the first time in more than two decades, Bexar County voters will choose a new county executive (or county judge, as we Texans style it). Summers, 69, was killed in a traffic crash on Feb. 8 in Midland, where he made an afternoon campaign appearance. His work history includes stints at a law firm and a City Council members office. Champion works as a physician's assistant, previously served in the U.S. Army and the Texas State Guard and says he would only serve two terms if elected. Stevens is an English teacher in Northside ISD who is running to give teachers more of a voice on the board. 3, Place 1: Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. Prior to then, he worked in the district clerks office in multiple divisions. Nationally known civil rights attorney who has represented George Floyd's family and other victims of police violence says he wants to address the intersection of untreated mental health and police encounters. Aramburu, a personal trainer, owns the fitness company Go Fetch Run, which offers classes for people and their dogs. KSAT will have election results here after polls close on Tuesday. Schmuker is a political science professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio. He later pulled out of the race. She has been caught up in legal troubles for years, arrested in 2020 for driving under the influence with child passengers and in 2016 for falsifying applications for government benefits. In 2016, he held it for less than a year before losing to a Democrat in a general election. If you are registered to vote in Bexar County, you can check out the ballot here. Bexar County voters who are interested in voting by mail must submit this application to the Bexar County Elections Department no later than 11 days before Election Day (Oct. 28). You can also search for a voting center by address. The former journalist with KUT radio in Austin is making her first run for public office. What does the Bexar County District Clerck do? Sisco, a consultant, was one of the founding members of a nonprofit that aided at-youth risk for more than two decades. All 435 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and a third of the U.S. Senate seats up for grabs. Other areas of focus in his campaign include alleviating road congestion and bridging the digital divide. You can vote by mail if you will be away from your county on Election Day and during the hours that early voting is conducted; are sick or disabled; are 65 years of age or older on Election Day; are expected to give birth within three weeks before or after Election Day; or you are in jail. He served on the San Antonio City Council from 2007-2011 and as a state representative from 2012-2018 and was appointed in January 2019 to replace Commissioner Paul Elizondo, who died in office. Many people in the state may not be sure about where they stand. Christine Chris Castillo, 55, a Democrat, retired from the district clerks office in 2019 after 33 years and now works for the Child Support Division of the Texas Attorney Generals Office. Minjarez, 46, said she wants to promote educational opportunities to break cycles of intergenerational poverty while providing meaningful tax relief and addressing stress on roads and other infrastructure caused by rapid growth. Former justice on the Texas Supreme Court, the highest civil court in the state, Guzman made history in 2016 as the first Latina elected to statewide office with 5 million votes, the most in Texas in that year's election. She works primarily on personal injury cases. Key issues are urban growth, health care and criminal justice reform. RNC Officers are elected by the RNC membership. Below that you will find links for each county's elections. You can also get election results from these websites: Copyright 2022 by KSAT - All rights reserved. You can notify your county voter registrar in writing to get a new one. Gregory is a U.S. Army Reserve officer whose campaign website touts endorsements from local Democratic politicians and activists. Senate Bill 1 which was signed into law last year by Gov. All nine judges are Republicans. WHAT TO BRING: A valid ID. A physicist, Loewe previously ran unsuccessfully for the District 5 SBOE seat in 2012, when he ran as a Libertarian and received about 5% of the vote. Whats at stake? Buchanan, 38, has promoted himself as an anti-establishment candidate who supports law enforcement and efforts to control rising property taxes. If you're sick or disabled (here that means having a sickness or physical condition preventing you from appearing at the polls on Election Day without a likelihood of needing personal assistance or of injuring your health). Here is a list of the acceptable forms of photo ID: Your ID may be expired no more than four years unless youre 70-years-old, and then the acceptable form of ID can be expired for any length of time. Shes also pledged to be tough and smart on crime, while rebuilding a relationship with law enforcement. A complete list of voting locations can be found here. Below is a sampling of the races. Condict is a Navy veteran with more than two decades of service. His priorities include combating climate change and legalizing marijuana. 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Ex officio members of the SREC include the National Committeeman and Committeewoman, Party officers and Auxiliary representatives. The former oil industry executive recently led the mayor-appointed Committee on Emergency Preparedness to guide the city in the wake of a February 2021 record freeze. Members of the military and other overseas voters can track the status of their ballot online. Ballots from members of the armed forces must be received by the 6th day after Election Day. One of the benefits of a DRE system is that it prevents over-voting; that is, it stops the voter from selecting two candidates or options in a race where only one is allowed. grassroots organization encouraging informed and active participation in government, working to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influencing Election 2022: Texas House and Senate Here are the 2022 candidates running for Texas Senate and House of Representatives seats in the districts that include Bexar County. 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Rodriguez got his start in political activism organizing "Trump trains" and is now making a bid for Congress to prevent the nation from "falling to communism.". That didn't change in redistricting. Garza is a civil defense lawyer who volunteers for causes such as increasing diversity among attorneys and access to the arts in San Antonio. The incumbent, Democrat Ray Lopez, faces Democratic challenger Eric Michael Garza in the primary. From voter registration questions to explaining how to cast your vote, here's the latest information about the upcoming election in San Antonio and Texas. Education Environment Health Arts Tech Opinion Live Like a Local Election 2022: Judicial races Here are the 2022 candidates running for Bexar County's local judicial seats. You can read about the changes to the application process here. Get more election news on KSATs Vote 2022 page. Texans have the ability to vote by mail but must meet at least one of the following criteria: Those eligible must fill out thisabsentee-ballot application and submit it to the Bexar County Elections Office to be able to submit a mail-in ballot for the general election. Find results to all races here, or watch a livestream for results and reactions at 7 p.m. here. This will likely be one of the most competitive congressional races in Texas this year -- constituents favored Donald Trump in 2020 by just 3 percentage points over Joe Biden. copy or original of a government document that shows the voters name and an address, including the voter registration certificate; copy of or original current utility bill; copy of or original of (a) a certified domestic (from a U.S. state or territory) birth certificate or (b) a document confirming birth admissible in a court of law which establishes the voters identity (which may include a foreign birth document). Voters in Precinct 4, which covers the eastern sector of the county, will decide in November who will represent them for a full four-year term. Its a reliably red seat, where voters favored Donald Trump by nearly 20 percentage points in 2020. Greg Abbott in January and is asking voters to keep her in office for a full six-year term. Greg Abbott for reelection. PublishedFebruary 11, 2022 at 6:29 PM CST, TPR was founded by and is supported by our community. Miller is the founder of the Texas Nationalist Movement, which has advocated for the secession of Texas from the United States since 2005. Kohlwes, a disabled veteran, is a civilian law enforcement analyst for the Army. There are certain types of ID you need to show before you cast your ballot. Sinclair, who served as a medical service corps officer in the Army National Guard, has been working as a health care executive for more than a decade. The Bexar County Justice Center closes at 6 p.m. Where: What's on the Ballot: Democratic Party Primary Runoff Election U.S. Representative, District 21 Claudia Andreana Zapata Ricardo Villarreal U.S. Representative, District 28 Jessica Cisneros Henry Cuellar Texas Attorney General Rochelle Mercedes Garza Bohmfalk, a retired methodist minister, gets a rematch against Kuempel, who soundly defeated the Democrat in 2020. In 2020, Trump won 22 districts and Biden won 14 districts. . Her platform includes health care for all and raising the minimum wage to $15. Greg Abbott. Rep. Henry Cuellar faces a rematch with progressive challenger Jessica Cisneros in the Democratic primary, along with newcomer Tannya Benavides, in this district that now includes a big chunk of San Antonio. Continue Reading School Board and Municipal Campaign Workshop Training, Continue Reading New 3/14/2023 CEC Meeting Documents Available, Continue Reading Texas GOP Legislative Priorities Report for 3.1.23, Continue Reading Download our Candidate Resource Guide, Continue Reading Article on Republican Opposition to Justice City Charter Amendment. 2023 Nonprofit journalism for an informed community. Garza is a small business owner and a former precinct chair for the Hidalgo County Democratic Party. Take the Pro-Life Voter Guide with you to the polls in the 2022 Republican Primary Election! Whitten is making her second attempt at flipping this blue South Texas district after losing to Democratic Rep. Cuellar in 2020. The Texas radio host-turned-lawmaker is seeking a third term at lieutenant governor. His top issues include election security and property tax relief. We do not sell or share your information with anyone. Now, it's pandemic mandates . She is a cancer survivor and Realtor whose priorities include protecting gun rights and improving womens health care. Filing in the 2022 Republican or Democratic Primary Election . Johnson is a lawyer and small-business owner who participated in the walkouts over Republican voting . She is a member of the Bexar County Child Welfare Board. Gacis, a licensed banker, has served on several local boards and committees in San Marcos. Walsh, a software engineer, jumped into the race after seeing that Campbell had drawn no Democratic opposition. Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings. If you're going to be out of the county on Election Day or during the early-voting period. For the Nov. 8 election, the last day to register to vote in Texas is Oct. 11. Garcia, a former member of the states Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission, has run two previous congressional campaigns. Roy, who has represented the 21st district since 2019, is seeking his third term. VOTER GUIDE. Sakai, 67, said Bexar County needs a leader with experience and knowledge of the justice system to get the courts hearing cases again after the pandemic and improve jail and judicial services. For more information, visit the Federal Voting Assistance Program website. U.S. Armed Forces and Merchant Marines, their dependents and U.S. citizens who live abroad can vote early by mail. Sturm, of New Braunfels, has served for two decades as an Emergency Medical Services professional. The Bexar County Elections Department will provide updates here. The former Congressman and city council member from El Paso narrowly lost to U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz in 2018. He was previously a member of the San Antonio City Council. Serving the 19th largest county in the entire United States and the 4th largest county in Texas, the Office of the Bexar County District Clerk currently administers a variety of courts: To meet these complex requirements, the staff of the District Clerks Office has made implementing cost-saving technologies one of their highest priorities. After producing thousands of newscasts, she transitioned to the digital team in 2015. The Wichita Falls native and former Texas Attorney General is seeking a third 4-year term in office. You can request a postage-paid application from your voter registrar by filling out this form. It was her first time running for elected office. Monreal, a retired Navy captain, is a construction executive and engineer. Nathan Buchanan Republican. Puedes leer esta noticia en espaol haciendoclic aqu. Rodriguez is a household manager, according to his campaign filing. Submit them to hello@sareport.org. First things first: You should find out whether you are already registered to vote. He is a U.S. Army veteran. He is an Army veteran who previously worked in Texas oil and gas industry. Alcntara has more than two decades of experience as a litigation paralegal. Order your tickets to the Chairmans BBQ & Skeet Shoot at the San Antonio Gun Club from 12:00 PM 8:00 PM, For more information contact Karen Newton, FinanceEvents@BexarGOP.org, Continue Reading Chairmans BBQ & Skeet Shoot April 12, 2023. In light of the federal government's refusal to defend the southern border, Texas should immediately deploy the National Guard, Texas Military Forces, and necessary state law enforcement to seal the border, enforce immigration laws, and deport illegal aliens. Incumbent Marisa Perez-Diaz, who has served on the board since 2013, is running unopposed on the Democratic side while two candidates compete in the Republican primary. We have a full rundown of the steps needed to register to vote here. His priorities include increased education funding and Medicaid expansion. No - 7.75%. Last day for Elections Department to receive mail ballot application: Last day for Elections Department to receive mail ballot: Track bills on issues you care about. He serves as chairman of the police departments training advisory board and helped rewrite use of force guidelines.