Before you head polls Thursday to cast your votes in the state primary, we offer you our handy guide.
Where do I vote:
- Precincts 1 and 4 - Vote in the gymnasium at the .
- Precincts 2 and 3 - Vote at .
- To see what precinct you belong to, check out the attached PDF.
When to vote:
- Polls are open from 7 a.m.-8 p.m.
- Absentee ballots are due to the Office of the Town Clerk by the time polls close at 8 p.m.
What am I voting on: The contested races in today's primary are minimal. Below are a few of the major races.
In the 5th District, three Republicans are vying for the party candidacy in the general election to take on incumbent U.S. Rep. Ed Markey (D-Malden), who is uncontested on the primary ballot.
Here's a look at the Republican ballot for this seat, courtesy of the Secretary of State's office:FRANK JOHN ADDIVINOLA, JR. 1 Longfellow Pl., Boston JEFFREY M. SEMON 1475 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington TOM TIERNEY
7 Lomas Dr., Framingham
On the state representative side of things, two Democrats are vying for their party's nomination in the 13th Middlesex District, which represents Wayland precincts 1, 2 and 3:THOMAS P. CONROY
(incumbent) 265 Old Connecticut Path, Wayland STEVEN HAKAR 10 Foley Dr., Framingham
Wayland's precinct 4 voters also have a contested representative race on the Democratic ballot in the 14th Norfolk District.ALICE HANLON PEISCH
(incumbent) 37 Pine St., Wellesley JEROME B. CARR 17 Waban St., Wellesley
In addition, four Democrats have been campaigning for their party's nomination for the Second District Governor's Council seat.BRIAN M. CLINTON 855 Metropolitan Ave., Boston ROBERT L. JUBINVILLE 487 Adams St., Milton PATRICK J. McCABE 46 Beacon St., Boston BART ANDREW TIMILTY 250 Grove St., Boston
In addition, the much talked about U.S. senator's race will take a back seat in this primary as Republicans will see only incumbent Scott Brown on their ballots and Democrats will see only challenger Elizabeth Warren.
Additional voting information is available on the website of Wayland's town clerk.