FAIRFIELD — Voters will go to the polls Tuesday to cast votes not only for national offices, but also for their local state senator and state representatives.

Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. for registered voters. Those who are not registered can go to the Barone Campus Center at Fairfield University, where they will be able to both register and fill out a ballot.

Local candidates include state Sen. Tony Hwang, a Republican, and his Democratic opponent Phil Dwyer. In the 132nd District, the race pits Republican state Rep. Brenda Kupchick against Dru Georgiadis. Democrat state Rep. Cristin McCarthy Vahey will hace off in the 133rd District against Republican Ray Neuberger. The race in the 134th District features Republican state Rep. Laura Devlin against Fred Garrity.

Voters will also cast a ballot for the local Registrar of Voters. On the ballot are Democrat Matthew Waggner, an incumbent, and Republican Steve Ellworthy. Ellworthy currently serves as the Republican deputy registrar.

Polling locations are as follows:

District 1

Dwight School

1600 Redding Road

District 2

St. Pius School

834 Brookside Drive

District 3

Fairfield Woods Middle School

1115 Fairfield Woods Road

District 4

Stratfield School

1407 Melville Avenue

District 5

Fairfield Warde High School

755 Melville Avenue

District 6

McKinley School

60 Thompson Street

District 7

Holland Hill School

105 Meadowcroft Road

District 8

Fairfield Ludlowe High School

785 Unquowa Road

District 9

Sherman School

250 Fern Street

District 10

Mill Hill School

635 Mill Hill Terrace,

Anyone unsure of their polling place can look up that information at http://www.fairfieldct.org/wheredoivote , or call the Registrar of Voters office at (203) 256-3115.

For Election Day registration, voters should bring a current ID with photograph and address. If your ID does not have your current Fairfield address, please bring a utility bill, etc. that shows your current address.

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