SAPD will be Watching Polls on Election Day

In the wake of the current political climate, some parents are expressing concerns about possible violence at the voting sites next Tuesday.

That’s because many of the polls are located at area schools.

San Antonio Police Chief William McManus says officers will be ready to respond to any problems.

“We’ll be out and everybody will be acutely aware of their duties and responsibilities when it comes to the polling places,” McManus said on the Trey Ware morning show.

If you have any problems, tell the election judges or call police.

“If you feel threatened or if anyone is intimidating people, definitely call us,” said McManus.


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