Voters started lining up at the Longmeadow Community House in the rain just after 6:30 a.m. Tuesday morning and there has been a steady flow of people in and out casting their ballots.
Polls close at 8 p.m., which means you have hours left to vote if you haven’t already.
If you haven’t cast your ballot already here’s what you can expect to see.
There will be three ballot questions for you to decide on, as well as major races which include governor, attorney general, and U.S. Senator.
Some voters took advantage of polls opening early Tuesday morning.
“It’s very important to show you’re aware of your responsibilities to your citizenship so I think it’s important to vote,” said Longmeadow resident Maureen Weks.
Western Massachusetts voters will also decide a seat for Governor’s Council, which advises on judicial nominations and prison pardons.
There is also a contested race for the 2nd Congressional District, which includes Hampshire and Franklin Counties.
The Secretary of the Commonwealth expects more than 2 million state residents to vote Tuesday.
You can find everything you need to know about the election and voting on the 22News Election Headquarters.