San Antonio Public Library Locations are Voter Registration Sites
SAN ANTONIO (February 29, 2016) – San Antonio Public Library is reminding the community that as a nonpartisan, trusted institution, and in accordance with the state Election Code, all 27 San Antonio Public Library locations are designated as voter registration agencies. Every person of voting age, who applies in person for an original or renewal of a library card, will be given an opportunity to complete a voter registration application form. Already have a library card? Patrons can still register to vote at any location.
Visit Memorial Branch Library at 3222 Culebra Rd. on Thursday, March 3, from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. for help registering to vote. A representative from the Texas Freedom Network, a state-wide nonpartisan group, will be present to register persons eligible to vote. Make sure you’re ready to vote in the 2016 presidential election. The San Antonio Public Library makes an ideal voter registration agency for many reasons. A San Antonio Public Library Card is your free all-access pass to authoritative resources, allowing voters to research candidates and issues. The Library is impartial, offering access to a broad range of viewpoints and opinions. The Library is open to all; voters of any ethnicity, religion, or economic status, will find the help and information they need to make an informed decision. In addition to providing voter registration, select Library locations will serve as voting sites. Media inquiries should go to Caitlin Cowart, Community and Public Relations Manager, at Caitlin.Cowart@sanantonio.gov or at 210.207.2638.
Community & Public Relations Manager