Early vote totals for the period of April 24-May 2 showed Bexar County voters rejecting Proposition A, which called for six policing-related reforms via the city charter. Voters also overwhelmingly voted in favor of incumbents in San Antonio's mayoral and City Council contests.

Some 74.2% of votes cast during early voting were against Proposition A . The proposition is what advocates called a “justice charter,” which included decriminalizing lower levels of marijuana possession and expanding the San Antonio's Police Department's cite and release program where tickets are issued for legal infractions over an arrest.

Incumbent Mayor Ron Nirenberg already had 60.2% of the vote over eight opponents when Bexar County published its initial early voting totals after 7 p.m. May 6.

Among the north central San Antonio City Council races, incumbents Manny Pelaez in District 8 and John Courage in District 9 had solid leads after early voting totals were released.

County officials said Pelaez had 70.9% of the vote against his lone opponent, Cesario Garcia. Courage had 64.3% of the vote against three challengers.

City zoning commissioner Marc Whyte, considered by local political observers a front-runner to succeed outgoing Council Member Clayton Perry in District 10, had 60.9% of the vote against six other candidates in that race.

Hollywood Park’s lone contested race, for the open City Council Place 3 seat, was close after early voting totals were released. Political newcomer Shea Johnson had 51.5% of the vote versus Dale Randol.

According to county data, registered voters cast 106,948 ballots ahead of the May 6 elections—higher than the 101,221 ballots cast in the May 2021 early polling period.

All results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide to see results from all elections.