On Tuesday Boston residents will head to the polls to cast their votes on a number of issues including who the next president of the United States.
Polls are open across the city from 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. and for residents who aren’t quite sure where to vote, the city of Boston’s Election Department has set up a tool to help voters locate their polling station.
To check out the website and see where you can cast your vote Tuesday, click here.
To contact the city’s Election Department by phone, call (617) 635-3767.
In the presidential race President Barack Obama, a Democrat, will face-off against Republican challenger Mitt Romney as well as challenges from Jill Stein, a Green Party candidate and Gary Johnson, who is running as a Libertarian.
In the Senate race Senator Scott Brown, a Republican, will face a challenge by Elizabeth Warren, a Democrat and law professor.
Voters will also have a chance to vote on three ballot questions, to find out more about the questions and who is running, check out the Boston.com Voter’s Guide.
A number of local races will also be taking place Tuesday including State Representative elections. To find out more about who is running in your district, click here.