San Angelo voters will go to the polls this Saturday, May 9, to elect a mayor and representatives for three of the City Council’s seven districts.

Polls will be open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. on Election Day and registered voters can go to any of the following locations and vote in all the races for which they are eligible:

  • Angelo Bible Church - 3506 Sherwood Way
  • Belmore Baptist Church - 1214 S. Bell St.
  • Calvary Baptist Church - 2401 Armstrong St.
  • Christoval Community Center - 20022 Main St., Christoval
  • Community Hospital - 3501 Knickerbocker Road
  • Concho Valley Transit District - 510 N. Chadbourne St.
  • First Assembly of God Church - 1442 Edmund Blvd.
  • Grape Creek ISD Administration Building - 8207 U.S. Highway 87 North
  • Keating Paint & Body Shop - 5050 N. Chadbourne St.
  • Paulann Baptist Church - 2531 Smith Blvd.
  • Plaza del Sol Apts. - 4375 Oak Grove Blvd.
  • San Angelo (Public) Housing Authority - 420 E. 28th St.
  • Southgate Church of Christ - 528 Country Club Road
  • Southside Recreation Center - 2750 Ben Ficklin Road
  • St. Ambrose Catholic Church - 8602 Loop 570, Wall
  • St. Paul Presbyterian Church - 11 N. Park St.
  • Veribest Baptist Church - 50 FM 2334, Veribest
  • Wesley Trinity United Methodist Church - 301 W. 18th St.
  • Texas Department of Transportation - 4502 Knickerbocker Road, Building E

Election Day polling locations are also available on the City of San Angelo website page. A map of City Council districts can be found at on the City Council page.

All voting will be done with electronic ballots on Election Day. Paper ballots were available only during early voting.

Voters will elect a mayor (referred to as “city councilmember, mayor” on the ballot) and Council members in Districts 2, 4 and 6 to serve full, two-year terms. Candidates for each office in the order they appear on the ballot are:

  • Mayor – David Nowlin and Dwain R. Morrison
  • District 2 – Marty Self.
  • District 4 – Andrew Justis and Lucy Gonzales.
  • District 6 – Charlotte Farmer.

Photo identification is required to vote. Any of these seven forms is acceptable:

  • Texas driver’s license.
  • Texas Election Identification Certificate (issued by the Department of Public Safety).
  • Texas personal identification card (issued by DPS).
  • Texas concealed handgun license (issued by DPS).
  • U.S. military identification card containing the person’s photo.
  • U.S. citizenship certificate containing the person’s photo.
  • U.S. passport.

With the exception of the U.S. citizenship certificate, the identification must be current or have expired no more than 60 days before being presented for voter qualification at the polling place.

Voters without an acceptable form of ID will be offered a provisional ballot and informed of their right to show an ID to the voter registrar no later than six days after the election. Voters who cast a provisional ballot because of a lack of photo ID will have until Friday, May 15, to appear at the Tom Green County Elections Office on the second floor of the Edd B. Keyes Building, 113 W. Beauregard Ave., and show an acceptable ID.