The political landscape of Bexar County, Texas is a complex and ever-evolving one. With ten districts - 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 124 and 125 - represented in the Texas House of Representatives, the county is home to a wide range of political views. According to Maria Isabel Di Franco Quiñonez, research associate at Equis, voter turnout in Bexar County was close to 5%.This article aims to help voters and other interested individuals identify electoral districts, polling places and jurisdictions in relation to the streets and street ranges of Bexar County. Analysts suggest that if Republicans continue to gain ground in Latino communities, it could have a major impact on the national political arena.
This could mean that the concept of a “Latino” vote may be replaced by other identities and political alignments. This website provides information from the voter registration database in a read-only file about the streets, electoral districts, voting centers and jurisdictions of Bexar County. For more information on how to obtain a marriage license, contact the Bexar County Clerk's Office at (2) 335-2221 or visit their website for more information. Orlando Sanchez, founder of Texas Latino Conservatives, has observed that while displacement in Bexar County was less than that of counties along the border such as the Rio Grande Valley, it was still in the same direction. He also noted an impressive increase in the number of Latino voters who voted for Republican President Donald Trump in both the Rio Grande Valley and Bexar County. What has been less reported is the same change occurring in Bexar County. According to Ang, Democrats win seats but lose votes.
Lucy Adame-Clark is the Bexar County Clerk and can be contacted at Central Department of Civil Archives, 100 Dolorosa, Suite 104San Antonio, Texas 78205 for more information. Sanchez believes that this shift is “totally organic” and has nothing to do with the efforts of the state Republican Party. This shift has been seen in candidates such as Cassy Garcia who ran for Texas's 28th Congressional District which affects Bexar County as well as Trish DeBerry who led an underdog campaign for the Bexar County executive. In conclusion, it is clear that political representation in Bexar County is an ever-changing landscape. It is important for voters to stay informed about their electoral districts and polling places so they can make informed decisions when it comes time to cast their ballots. It is also important to note that if Republicans continue to gain ground in Latino communities across the country, it could have a major impact on national politics.