Where are Bexar residents casting their votes?
The sky is supposed to be clear and the temperatures reaching only the low 70s today — a good day to be outdoors, but probably not waiting in line to vote.
The number of people voting early at Bexar County sites dropped Wednesday from the previous day’s record-setting 35,309 but still crushed the third-day voting numbers from the last two midterm elections.
A total of 33,211 voted at Bexar’s 43 sites Wednesday. In 2010, 14,257 people voted on the third day of early voting; in 2014, that number was 13.497, according to the Texas secretary of state’s website.
Those who haven’t yet voted and are looking for the best time to hit the polls should consider waiting until Saturday or Sunday. The least busy days of early voting in the last four general elections were the weekends, with Sundays posting the lowest number of votes in each of those years.
On ExpressNews.com: 2018 San Antonio Express-News Voter Guide
But if the weekend isn’t an option, click the slideshow above to find out which sites had the most people showing up to vote — and which had the fewest.
There were 11 sites that recorded more than 1,000 people voting, while four sites had fewer than 200 voters, according to Bexar County Election Department’s website.
Most of Bexar County’s 43 voting sites will be open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, noon to 6 p.m. Sunday and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 29 through Nov. 2.