SAN ANTONIO -- The Bexar County Elections office is receiving four to five calls per day from voters and poll volunteers wondering who can vote on the proposed Pre-K 4 SA sales tax.
Ben Galvan and his wife expected to see the issue on the ballot when they voted Saturday but were disappointed to find out they couldn't vote on the issue.
"We've got 52 different subdivisions around here, the little cities. Von Ormy, the military bases, Universal City and the unincorporated county, that's a lot of people that are not eligible for it," Bexar County Elections Administrator Jacquelyn Callanen explained.
Only people living within the San Antonio city limits can vote on the issue. Galvan's home is north of Highway 90, near 1604, just a few blocks outside the city limits. However, they do all their shopping in San Antonio, where they'll have to pay the tax if it passes.
"If we're not able to vote on it, then don't tax us on it, you know?" Gloria Galvan said.
Callanen said the voter registration database is correct, however, if you have a question about your ballot or district information, you can ask a poll volunteer or call the elections office and they will double check. She said the Galvans' information was correct.