Voting Information

Help Make Temple Beth-El a 100% Voting Congregation!  


Advocacy has always been central to both Reform Judaism and Temple Beth-El. The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism states that “our democracy is strongest when everyone has the opportunity to participate”, and it’s important for Temple Beth-El members to partake in local, state, and federal elections. Regardless of political belief, voting is central, and a non-partisan issue that our congregation can get behind.  

What’s at Stake?

UPDATE: We are in a runoff election!

  • Early Voting begins May 28th until June 4th

  • Election day is June 8th

The San Antonio mayoral election allows for voters to elect a mayoral candidate! 

Click here to find out who’s running and to learn more about them.

Step One: Get Registered!

  • Are you registered to vote?
  • Register to vote! Click here.
    • Talk to Ross Halfant, ordained Voter Deputy, and he can register you.

Step Two: Where Do I Vote?

  • Find your nearest early voting polling site - here!
  • Pledge your vote - Temple Beth-El’s last civic engagement endeavor was a success and we want to keep up the momentum. Remember, it is important to get involved in local elections too! If you haven’t already, pledge here.

Step Three: Get Out and Vote!

  • Important Tip – Don’t forget an ID!
    • The State of Texas requires all voters to present a valid photo ID before casting their vote. Click here for a list of acceptable photo IDs.
  • If you need a ride to a polling location, know of someone who would need a ride, or want to volunteer to drive, please let Ross Halfant know at [email protected] or 210-733-9135 (ext. 110). We will be offering rides starting April 22nd. 
  • If you have any questions:

Important Dates to Remember

  • Last day to register to vote – April 4th
  • Early Voting Begins April 22nd
  • Early Voting Ends April 30th
  • Election Day, May 4th 2019

Don’t Live in Bexar County?

Helpful Links

Request a Voter Registration Form

Change Your Name and Address  

Learn Where Candidates Stand on Issues


Have Questions? Contact Ross Halfant at [email protected] or 210-733-9135 (ex. 110)!