Voters will go to the polls Tuesday, March 4, to vote on local, state and national primary elections.
In addition, voters will cast ballots on non-biding referendums for each party.
Voters must have identification with them that has a photograph in order to vote. The most common identification is a driver’s license. They should also look at their voter card to determine which precinct they are in.
When voters go to the polls, they will decide to vote in the Republican or Democratic primary.
There is only one local contested race. It is between two candidates running for justice of the peace in Precinct 4.
The winner of that contest will face Democrat Deborah Williamson at the polls in November.
All of the polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.