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Federal Elections 2022

On Tuesday, November 8th, voters will go head to the polls to vote on candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives

Visit our voting page to learn how to vote on or before Election Day. Review the links below to discover whats on the local ballot and why each position matters.

United States House of Representatives

As per the Constitution, the U.S. House of Representatives makes and passes federal laws. The House is one of Congress’s two chambers (the other is the U.S. Senate), and part of the federal government’s legislative branch. Duties include introducing, debating, and voting on bills, proposing amendments to bills, and serving on committees. The House also has exclusive powers to initiate all tax and spending bills, as well as to impeach federal officials.

The number of voting representatives in the House is fixed by law at no more than 435, proportionally representing the population of the 50 states. To learn more about the job duties associated with the house of representatives, click here.

House Representatives each serve a congressional district. On November 8th, Bexar County will have 5 congressional districts with seats up for election. Please note that the political boundaries for the Texas congressional districts were redrawn in 2020.

Resources

Visit this page if you are unsure which district you are registered to vote in.

U.S. House Representative District 20

Candidates:

Joaquin Castro (i) Democrat

Kyle Sinclair – Republican

Ismael Garcia – Independent

Adam Jonasz – Independent

U.S. House Representative District 21

Candidates:

Chip Roy (i) – Republican

Claudia Zapata – Democrat

U.S. House Representative District 23

Candidates:

Tony Gonzales (i) – Republican

John Lira – Democrat

James Hart – Independent

Francisco Lopez Independent

U.S. House Representative District 28

Candidates:

Henry Cuellar (i) – Democrat

Cassy Garcia – Republican

Rafael Alcoser III – Independent

U.S. House Representative District 35

Candidates:

Dan McQueen – Republican

Greg Casar – Democrat

William Hayward – Independent

Map of the 35th House district based on the most recent census data.
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