A vote here sign points potential voters in the right direction at Bowden Elementary School. Photo by Scott Ball.
Following a proclamation by Governor Abbott, education elections scheduled for May could be moved to November in an effort to contain the coronavirus. Credit: Scott Ball / San Antonio Report

Gov. Greg Abbott set April 21 as the runoff election date to fill Sen. José Menéndez’ seat in House District 124, a contest between two Democrats, San Antonio attorney Ina Minjarez and former City Councilmember Delicia Herrera.

Minjarez won 42% of the vote versus 28% for Herrera in the first round special election held March 31.

Early voting will begin Monday and end Friday at three locations: Bexar County Justice CenterGreat Northwest Library; and the Henry A. Guerra, Jr. Library. See map below.

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Click here for more info about early voting sites and hours.

*Featured/top image: A “vote here” sign points potential voters in the right direction. Photo by Scott Ball. 

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Joan Vinson

Former Rivard Report Assistant Editor Joan Vinson is a San Antonio native who graduated from The University of Texas with a bachelor's degree in journalism. She's a yoga fanatic and an adventurer at heart....