This year, Bexar County has seen a higher turnout in the constitutional election than it did in 2017, the Bexar County elections administrator said.
Early voting starts Monday, and Bexar County residents can cast a ballot on 10 state constitutional amendments using new machines.
Early voting on 10 proposed amendments to the state constitution begins Monday and runs through Nov. 1. Election Day is Nov. 5.
There are 10 constitutional amendments on the November ballot, as well as a number of smaller elections from Bexar County municipalities.
Nearly 82,000 people cast ballots during the early voting period for the June runoff election, beating the 2017 runoff turnout by more than 12,000 votes.
Bexar County data show in-person early voting for 2019’s municipal elections saw 66,875 people cast ballots, falling short of 2017’s by more than 2,000.
Fiesta is in full swing this week. So is early voting. Bexar County Elections Administrator Jacque Callanen said she does not expect a high voter turnout.
Early voters make up 60 to 65 percent of Bexar County’s total vote count in past years, Election Administrator Jacque Callanen said.
Early voting in Bexar County ended on Friday with more than 40,000 people casting ballots.
As in previous years, turnout in the middle of the early voting period decreased.