Campaign signs were lined up in front of the Oak Hills Terrace Elementary School polling location on Election Day.
Campaign signs were lined up in front of the Oak Hills Terrace Elementary School polling location on Election Day. Credit: Stephanie Marquez for the San Antonio Report

Official voting totals from each Bexar County precinct in the recent presidential election show mostly solid blue in San Antonio’s close-in neighborhoods, with a few notable exceptions.

President-elect Joe Biden won Bexar County convincingly on Nov. 3 with just over 58 percent of the vote to President Donald Trump’s 40 percent. Biden and running mate Kamala Harris got 448,452 votes to Trump and Vice President Mike Pence’s 308,618. In 2016, Democrat Hillary Clinton pulled almost 54 percent of the vote to Trump’s 40 percent.

A map of voting totals from each precinct illustrates the strength of the Democratic ticket’s support throughout the county, but outside Loop 1604 the picture changes, with widespread support for Trump, who won Texas’ 38 electoral votes.

The nine precincts inside Loop 410 that went for Trump include Precinct 3021, where the president outpolled Biden by an almost 2-to-1 margin, 1,319 votes to 672. That precinct is located in Terrell Hills, one of Bexar County’s wealthiest enclaves, with a median household income of $175,913, according to most recent data available from the U.S. Census Bureau.

In the eight other precincts inside Loop 410 where Trump received more votes than Biden, the margins were significantly smaller.

Outside Loop 1604, more voters supported Trump on San Antonio’s North Side, but precincts on the booming Far West Side went for Biden. One of the few far Northside precincts in which voters chose Biden over Trump includes the Rogers Ranch neighborhood, located just west of Stone Oak. In Precinct 3145, Biden got 1,388 votes, just 31 more than Trump.

To find out how your precinct voted, enter the precinct number in the box at the upper left on the map. To find your precinct number, check your voter registration card or use the link at the top of the map to look up your precinct.

San Antonio Report Staff

San Antonio Report Staff

This article was assembled by various members of the San Antonio Report staff.