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Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 7th! This is your last day to vote! The hours of voting on election day are 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Check out the Bexar County Elections Department website, or  the My Voter Page from Texas Secretary of State to find a voting location near you!


Featured Resource

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Vote 411-The League of Women Voters site offers tools to help you be an informed voter.

  • Register to vote or check your registration status
  • See which races, candidates, and issues will be on your ballot
  • Read candidates' policy statements
  • Find out about debates scheduled for your local area
  • Sign up to be a poll worker

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President of the United States-Major Parties 2020 Election

Presidential elections will not take place this election year. The next presidential race will be 2024. Here were the presidential candidates from 2020.


The Major Party Candidates:

Joe Biden
Joe Biden (D)
    Donald Trump
Donald Trump (R)

The Party Platforms:

Democratic National Party Platform

Republican National Party Platform

President of the United States-Third Parties 2020 Election

Howie Hawkins, Green Party:

Jo Jorgensen, Libertarian Party,

For others who are running as independents, check out your ballot.


Electoral College

It will take 270 electoral votes to win the 2020 presidential election. Click on the map below to create your own predictions.


Click the map to create your own at

More info on the Electoral College

U. S. Electoral College

Additional Resources

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  • The American Presidency Project :One of the most comprehensive collection of web resources on the American presidency, including documents, public papers, executive orders, addresses, press conferences, debates, election data, approval ratings, and much more
  • The Presidents: Information about the Presidents and First Ladies from
  • The Living Room Candidate :Created by the America Museum of the Moving Images in cooperation with the Political Communication Center, University of Oklahoma, The Living Room Candidate provides a history of presidential campaign commercials starting with 1952.
  • White House (Executive Office of the President) official website: Access up-to-date information on the executive branch of the United States. Watch the Presidential weekly address, access information on the White House staff, and the current issues faced by the U.S. government