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2020 City of Windcrest General Election

2020 Election Dates and Information

On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, the City of Windcrest, Texas, will hold a General Election for City Council Member Place 1, City Council Member Place 2, and City Council Member Place 3.  The following individuals will be on the November 3, 2020 ballot.  Names appear as they will be listed on the ballot.


For Council, Place No. 2

(Para Concejal, Lugar Num 2)


  • Cindy Strzelecki
  • Alice Vargas Relkin

For Council, Place 3
(Para Concejal, Lugar Num3)

  • George Alva
  • Greg Turner

Unopposed Candidate
(Candidato sin oposicion)
Declared Elected

(Declarado Electo)


For Council, Place No. 1

(Para Concejal, Lugar Num. 1)


  • Wes Manning


Last day to register to vote - October 5, 2020


Early Voting Information

Monday, October 13, 2020 through Friday, October 30, 2020 at the Windcrest Civic Center located at 9310 Jim Seal Dr

Refer to the Early Voting Center locations and Early Voting Centers Site Map for all voting locations.  


Vote By Mail

Last Day to Receive Ballot by Mail - Tuesday, November 3, 2020 (election day) at 7 p.m.
Please click on link for additional information regarding ballot by mail from the Bexar County Elections Department.  


Refer to the November 3 2020 Election Calendar for additional dates.      

We will continue to update this page with additional early voting information as it becomes available from Bexar County Elections Department.

Election Day and Early Voting Location:

Takas Park CivicCenter
9310 Jim Seal Dr.
Windcrest, TX 78239

Election News from Bexar County - ExpressVote Is Here 

Beginning at the November 2019 Elections, a new electronic voting equipment began to be utilized in Bexar County.  Approved in Bexar County Commissioners Court in May 2019, the new equipment, ExpressVote, verifies voters decisions on a paper ballot.   

Voters will make their selections on the ExpressVote touch screen voting unit. Once a voter has made his or her choices, they print out their ballot card and double-check the selections.                     

When a person is ready to cast a vote, the voter will place their ballot card into the precinct tabulator

Take a look at the demonstration video to see how the ExpressVote records your vote.                                  


Additional informational websites: Texas Elections Code and  Texas Ethics Commission.      


For questions regarding your voters registration or to receive a ballot by mail, please contact the Bexar County Elections Department at 210-335- VOTE (8683) or by visiting the Bexar County website, Bexar County Elections Department.