Early voting for the May 7 election comes to a close on May 3, leaving election day as the last chance to get votes in for local elections.

Polls on election day will be open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m., allowing Bexar, Guadalupe and Comal residents to vote at any polling location within their county.

Residents within Comal ISD will have two ballot items, with Amanda Jones and Amber Bracegirdle vying for the District 6 position and David Krawczynski, Kaila Stovall, Stephen Gallets and Orlando Dona going for the District 7 seat.

Voters in Garden Ridge have a ballot item for Place 5 council member as Shelby Trial runs against incumbent Kay Bower.

Cibolo will hold a special election for the District 2 council member seat as Council Member Steve Quinn steps down early. Victor M. Orsorio II and Randy Roberts will be on the ballot for District 2 voters.

Universal City will have at-large races for three City Council positions with five candidates running. The race includes incumbents Paul Najarian and Beverly Volle as well as three new candidates: Richard K. Edwards, Steven R. Buck and Phil Vaughan.

Universal City will also have a mayoral race between incumbent John Williams and candidate Adam E. Salyer.

Live Oak voters have a bond in the amount of $18 million on the ballot, with the money from the bond to be used to address roads, bridges and sidewalk repair.

Alongside this bond, Live Oak will have seven propositions amending the language within the city charter.

San Antonio voters also have a bond election featuring the largest bond the city has proposed to date, amounting to $1.2 billion. All voters will have ballot items for two statewide property tax propositions.

Additional election information and updates will be available in the 2022 Local Voter Guide.