OLLU will serve as an Election Day polling site for the Joint Constitutional Amendment, General, Special and Bond Election on Nov. 2 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Library Community Room.
OLLU will be one of only two four-year institutions and one of only four institutions of higher learning in Bexar County to serve as an election site on Nov. 2.
Students in POLS 4360 Latinx Politics have become Bexar County deputized volunteer voter registrars and can register voters on campus. They are partnering with MOVE Texas to receive civics and voter mobilization training and to hold voter registration drives throughout the spring semester.
- All voters registered in Texas will be able to vote on eight propositions of amendments to the Texas constitution – see nonpartisan voter’s guide here.
- Amendment topics: Raffles, county government, religious services, judges (two amendments), caregiver visits, property tax exemption and property tax/military
- Races depending on home address (check which races are on ballots here):
- Alamo Heights ISD – Special Election
- Bexar County Emergency Services District No. 9 – Special Election
- City of Converse – General Election for Mayor
- Green Valley Special Utility District – General Election
- East Central ISD – Bond Election
- City of Helotes – Special Election
- Judson ISD – Bond Election
- Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD – General Election
- City of Schertz – General Election
- Southside ISD – Bond Election
- City of Universal City – Special Election
- City of Windcrest – General Election for Mayor
- Comal ISD – Special Election and Bond Election
- Check voter registration status here.