Bexar County Local Elections

November 6, 2018: General Election

Following are the local elections on the ballot for the November 6, 2018 Election in Bexar County, Texas. Candidates are listed in alphabetical order. Not all races appear on all ballots. Races that cover all of Texas are listed on our Statewide Elections page. Your ballot may include additional races. To view your specific sample ballot, please visit the Bexar County Elections Office website.

(i) denotes incumbent

D = Democrat, G = Green, I = Independent, L = Libertarian, R = Republican

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2018 General Election

US Representative, District 20

Jeffrey Blunt - L
Joaquin Castro (i) - D

US Representative, District 21

Joseph Kopser - D
Chip Roy - R
Lee Santos - L

US Representative, District 23

Ruben Corvalan - L
Will Hurd (i) - R
Gina Ortiz Jones - D

US Representative, District 28

Henry Cuellar (i) - D
Arthur Thomas IV - L

US Representative, District 35

Lloyd Doggett (i) - D
Clark Patterson - L
David Smalling - R

State Board of Education, District 3

Marisa B Perez (i) - D

State Senator, District 25

Donna Campbell (i) - R
Steven Kling - D

State Representative, District 116

Trey Martinez Fischer - D
Fernando Padron - R

State Representative, District 117

Michael Berlanga - R
Philip Cortez (i) - D

State Representative, District 118

John Lujan - R
Leo Pacheco - D

State Representative, District 119

Roland Gutierrez (i) - D

State Representative, District 120

Barbara Gervin-Hawkins (i) - D
Ronald Payne - R

State Representative, District 121

Steve Allison - R
Celina D Montoya - D
Mallory Olfers - L

State Representative, District 122

Claire Barnett - D
Lyle Larson (i) - R

State Representative, District 123

Diego Bernal (i) - D

State Representative, District 124

Johnny S Arredondo - R
Ina Minjarez (i) - D

State Representative, District 125

Eric S Pina - L
Justin Rodriguez (i) - D

Justice, 4th Court of Appeals, Place 2

Marialyn Barnard (i) - R
Beth Watkins - D

Justice, 4th Court of Appeals, Place 3

Patricia O'Connell Alvarez (i) - D
Jason Pulliam - R

Justice, 4th Court of Appeals, Place 4

Patrick Ballantyne - R
Luz Elena Chapa (i) - D

Justice, 4th Court of Appeals, Place 5

Liza Rodriguez - D
Rebecca Simmons - R

Justice, 4th Court of Appeals, Place 7

Rebeca Martinez (i) - D
Shane Stolarczyk - R

District Judge, 45th Judicial District

Mary Lou Alvarez - D
Stephani Walsh (i) - R

District Judge, 144th Judicial District

Ray J Olivarri - D
Lorina Rummel (i) - R

District Judge, 150th Judicial District

Monique Diaz - D
Renee Yanta (i) - R

District Judge, 186th Judicial District

Jefferson Moore (i) - R

District Judge, 187th Judicial District

Karl Alexander - R
Stephanie R Boyd - D

District Judge, 224th Judicial District

Cathleen "Cathy" Stryker (i) - R

District Judge, 225th Judicial District

Peter Sakai (i) - D

District Judge, 226th Judicial District

Todd McCray - R
Velia J Meza - D

District Judge, 227th Judicial District

Kevin M O'Connell (i) - R

District Judge, 285th Judicial District

Aaron Haas - D
Richard Price (i) - R

District Judge, 288th Judicial District

Cynthia Marie Chapa - D
Clint Lawson - R

District Judge, 289th Judicial District

Daphne Previti Austin (i) - R
Carlos Quezada - D

District Judge, 290th Judicial District

Jennifer Peña - D
Melisa Skinner (i) - R

District Judge, 436th Judicial District

Lisa K Jarrett (i) - R

District Judge, 437th Judicial District

Lori I Valenzuela (i) - R

Criminal District Attorney

Joe Gonzales - D
Tylden Shaeffer - R

County Judge

Lauro Bustamante - L
Tom Rickhoff - R
Nelson W Wolff (i) - D

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 1

Helen Petry Stowe - D

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 2

Grace M Uzomba - D
Jason Wolff (i) - R

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 3

Ashley Foster - R
David J Rodriguez (i) - D

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 4

Jason R Garrahan (i) - R
Alfredo Ximenez - D

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 5

John Amos Longoria (i) - D
Julie Bray Patterson - R

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 6

Wayne Christian (i) - R

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 7

Michael De Leon - D
Eugenia "Genie" Wright (i) - R

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 8

Celeste Brown (i) - R
Mary Roman - D

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 9

Gloria Saldaña - D
Walden Shelton (i) - R

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 10

Karen Crouch (i) - R
J Frank Davis - D

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 11

Tommy Stolhandske (i) - R

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 12

Yolanda Huff - D
Scott Roberts (i) - R

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 13

Crystal Chandler (i) - R
Rosie Gonzalez - D

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 14

Carlo Key - D
Susan Skinner (i) - R

Judge, County Court-at-Law No 15

Bob Behrens (i) - R
Melissa Vara - D

Judge, County Probate Court-at-Law No 1

Kelly M Cross (i) - R
Oscar Kazen - D

Judge, County Probate Court-at-Law No 2

Julie Hardaway - R
Veronica Vasquez - D

District Clerk

Mary Angie Garcia - D
Donna Kay McKinney (i) - R

County Clerk

Lucy Adame-Clark - D
Gerard C "Gerry" Rickhoff (i) - R

County Commissioner, Precinct 2

Theresa Connolly - R
Paul Elizondo (i) - D

County Commissioner, Precinct 4

Tommy Calvert Jr (i) - D

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 1

Robert "Bobby" Tejeda (i) - D

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 2

Ciro D Rodriguez (i) - D

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3, Place 1

Eric J Velasquez - L
Jeff Wentworth - R

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, Place 1

David Brady - L
Rogelio "Roger" Lopez Jr (i) - D

City of China Grove Election

Proposition A

INCREASE LOCAL SALES AND USE TAX IN THE CITY OF CHINA GROVE AT THE RATE OF ONE-FOURTH OF ONE PERCENT TO PROVIDE REVEVUE FOR GENERAL USE.

Proposition B

THE REAUTHORIZATION OF THE LOCAL SALES AND USE TAX IN THE CITY OF CHINA GROVE AT THE RATE OF ONE-FOURTH OF ONE PERCENT TO PROVIDE REVENUE FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF MUNICIPAL STREETS.

City of Converse Election

Council, Place 2

Nancy Droneburg
Deborah James

Council, Place 4

Joan Lindgren
Kate Silvas

Council, Place 6

Marc Gilbert (i)
Billy Ortiz

Proposition A

THE REDUCTION OF THE CURRENT 1/2 PERCENT SALES AND USE TAX ALLOCATED TO THE CONVERSE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORTATION (CEDC-TYPE B) BY 1/4 PERCENT TO 1/4 PERCENT AND THE ADOPTION OF A LOCAL SALES AND USE TAX AT A RATE OF 1/4 PERCENT TO PROVIDE REVENUE FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF MUNICIPAL STREETS.

City of Leon Valley Election

Proposition A

WHETHER THE CITY OF LEON VALLEY CRIME CONTROL AND PREVENTION DISTRICT SHOULD BE CONTINUED FOR TEN (10) YEARS AND THE CRIME CONTROL AND PREVENTION DISTRICT ONE-EIGHTH (1/8) OF ONE PERCENT (1%) SALES TAX THAT FUNDS THE DISTRICT SHOULD BE CONTINUED FOR TEN (10) YEARS.

City of San Antonio Election

Proposition A

SHALL THE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO EXPAND THE TYPES OF ORDINANCES THAT MAY BE SUBJECT TO REFERENDUM INCLUDING APPROPRIATION OF MONEY, LEVYING A TAX, GRANTING A FRANCHISE, FIXING PUBLIC UTILITY RATES, ZONING AND REZONING OF PROPERTY; INCREASE THE NUMBER OF DAYS WITHIN WHICH A PETITION MAY BE FILED SEEKING A REFERENDUM ON AN ORDINANCE PASSED BY COUNCIL FROM FORTY TO ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY DAYS AFTER PASSAGE OF THE ORDINANCE; AND TO PROVIDE THAT NO MORE THAN TWENTY THOUSAND SIGNATURES OF REGISTERED VOTERS ARE REQUIRED FOR A REFERENDUM PETITION INSTEAD OF TEN PERCENT OF THOSE ELECTORS QUALIFIED TO VOTE AT THE LAST REGULAR MUNICIPAL ELECTION?

Proposition B

SHALL THE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO LIMIT THE TERM THE CITY MANAGER MAY SERVE TO NO LONGER THAN EIGHT YEARS AND TO LIMIT THE COMPENSATION OF THE CITY MANAGER TO NO MORE THAN TEN TIMES THE ANNUAL SALARY FURNISHED TO THE LOWEST PAID FULL-TIME CITY EMPLOYEE AND REQUIRE A SUPERMAJORITY VOTE OF CITY COUNCIL TO APPOINT THE CITY MANAGER?

Proposition C

SHALL THE CITY CHARTER BE AMENDED TO PROVIDE THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF FIRE FIGHTERS LOCAL 624 WITH UNILATERAL AUTHORITY TO REQUIRE THE CITY TO PARTICIPATE IN BINDING ARBITRATION OF ALL ISSUES IN DISPUTE WITH THE ASSOCIATION WITHIN FORTY-FIVE DAYS OF THE CITY'S RECEIPT OF THE ASSOCIATION'S WRITTEN ARBITRATION REQUEST?

Proposition A - Lackland

OPTION 1: YES ANNEXATION: SHALL THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO ANNEX FOR LIMITED PURPOSES, WHICH INCLUDES THE AUTHORITY TO IMPOSE RELATED FINES, FEES AND OTHER CHARGES, CERTAIN AREAS IN THE CITY'S EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISDICTION WITHIN FIVE MILES OF THE LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASE - MEDINA TRAINING ANNEX AND WITHIN THREE YEARS FOLLOWING CITY COUNCIL APPROVAL ANNEX FOR FULL PURPOSES TO PROVIDE CITY SERVICES AND IMPOSE TAXES?
OR OPTION 2: NO ANNEXATION BUT WITH LAND USE REGULATIONS: SHALL THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BE PROVIDED WITH THE AUTHORITY TO ADOPT AND ENFORCE AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE LAND USE IN THE CITY'S EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISDICTION WITHIN FIVE MILES OF THE BOUNDARY OF THE LACKLAND AIR FORCE BASE - MEDINA TRAINING ANNEX IN THE MANNER RECOMMENDED BY THE MOST RECENT JOINT LAND USE STUDY, FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROTECTING THE MILITARY MISSIONS, INCLUDING THE AUTHORITY TO ADOPT AND IMPOSE RELATED FEES, FINES AND OTHER CHARGES?

Proposition B - Camp Bullis

OPTION 1: YES ANNEXATION: SHALL THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO ANNEX FOR LIMITED PURPOSES, WHICH INCLUDES THE AUTHORITY TO IMPOSE RELATED FINES, FEES AND OTHER CHARGES, CERTAIN AREAS IN THE CITY'S EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISDICTION WITHIN FIVE MILES OF THE BOUNDARY OF THE CAMP BULLIS AND CAMP STANLEY MILITARY BASES AND WITHIN THREE YEARS FOLLOWING CITY COUNCIL APPROVAL ANNEX FOR FULL PURPOSES TO PROVIDE CITY SERVICES AND IMPOSE TAXES?
OPTION 2: NO ANNEXATION BUT WITH LAND USE REGULATIONS: SHALL THE CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BE PROVIDED WITH THE AUTHORITY TO ADOPT AND ENFORCE AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE LAND USE IN THE CITY'S EXTRATERRITORIAL JURISDICTION WITHIN FIVE MILES OF THE BOUNDARY OF THE CAMP BULLIS AND CAMP STANLEY MILITARY BASES IN THE MANNER RECOMMENDED BY THE MOST RECENT JOINT LAND USE STUDY, FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROTECTING THE MILITARY MISSIONS, INCLUDING THE AUTHORITY TO ADOPT AND IMPOSE RELATED FEES, FINES AND OTHER CHARGES?

City of Sandy Oaks Election

Mayor

Micki Ball
Karen Mendiola Tanguma (i)

Alderman, Place 1 (Unexpired Term)

David Tremblay (i)

Alderman, Place 2

Anthony K Garcia (i)
CJ Walker

Alderman, Place 4

Charles Fillinger (i)
Cathleen Lamoureaux-Recio

City of Schertz Election

City Council, Place 6

Allison Heyward
Chelsea Skrobarcek

City Council, Place 7

Tim Brown
Bert Crawford (i)

City of Windcrest Election

City Council, Place 1

George Alva
Sherillyn Flick
Wes Manning
Bill Zulaica

City Council, Place 2

Lou Miller
Cindy Strzelecki

City Council, Place 3

Greg Turner

Proposition A

THE ISSUANCE OF $7,400,000 OF BONDS BY THE CITY OF WINDCREST, TEXAS FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONSTRUCTING AND IMPROVING STREETS, SIDEWALKS, AND RELATED DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS IN THE CITY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO MIDCROWN DRIVE, CRESTWAY DRIVE AND EAGLECREST BOULEVARD, AND LEVYING THE TAX IN PAYMENT THEREOF.

Proposition B

THE ISSUANCE OF $2,000,000 OF BONDS BY THE CITY OF WINDCREST, TEXAS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING FIRE TRUCKS AND CAPITAL EQUIPMENT FOR THE FIRE DEPARTMENT, AND LEVYING THE TAX IN PAYMENT THEREOF.

East Central ISD Election

Single Member District 2

Michael W Feller (i)
Monique "Mo" Presas

Single Member District 5

Gloria Gutierrez
James T Mulkey (i)

Edgewood ISD Election

Position 1

James Hernandez

Position 2

Stella D Camacho (i)

Position 3

Luis "Louie" Gomez

Position 6

Richard Santoyo Jr (i)
Dina Serrano

South San Antonio ISD Election

Single Member District 1

Mandy Martinez
Angelina Osteguin (i)

Single Member District 3

Homer Flores
Edward Bono Mungia (i)

Single Member District 6

Gilbert F Rodriguez
Luis M Rodriguez (i)

Southside ISD Election

Proposition A

THE ISSUANCE OF $17,250,000 OF BONDS BY SOUTHSIDE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR THE CONSTRUCTION, ACQUISITION, RENOVATION AND EQUIPMENT OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS IN THE DISTRICT, AND THE LEVYING OF THE TAX FOR PAYMENT THEREOF.

Southwest ISD Election

Proposition A

THE ISSUANCE OF $75,000,000 OF BONDS BY THE SOUTHWEST INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT FOR SCHOOL FACILITIES, INCLUDING A NEW NATATORIUM, THE PURCHASE OF NEW SCHOOL BUSES, AND THE PURCHASE OF THE NECESSARY SITES FOR SCHOOL FACILITIES, AND THE LEVYING OF A TAX IN PAYMENT THEREOF.