By CBSMiami.com Team

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Today is Election Day Tuesday and if you didn’t vote early or by-mail, you’ll need to vote in person at your assigned voting location.

The Municipal and Special Elections are taking place in Hialeah, Homestead, Miami, Miami Beach, and Sunny Isles Beach.

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“Our precincts started at 7 a.m., our poll workers are ready and waiting for our voters,” said Miami-Dade Supervisor of Elections Christina White.

The City of Hialeah is voting on a new mayor and council members.

Voters in Miami will select a mayor, as well as two commissioners.

Miami Beach voters are also voting for mayor, three commissioners, and they will decide whether bars should close at 2:00 a.m. instead of 5:00 a.m.

Homestead and Sunny Isles Beach are also voting on new mayors.

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Voters will also decide whether Biscayne Gardens will become the newest city to be incorporated in the County.

“If you’re coming out to vote today, the best thing to do is to look at your voter information call. It’s very important that you go to your assigned precinct today,” said White.

In Broward, the high-profile Democratic primary for Florida’s 20th Congressional District is taking place. There are nearly a dozen Democrats vying for their party’s nomination for the seat left open by the death of Rep. Alcee L. Hastings (D).

Polls are open until 7:00 pm.

You can find your polling precinct by going to the Miami-Dade Municipal Elections website or  www.checkmyballot.miami.

Voters are encouraged to review their customized sample ballot before heading to the polls. Bring a valid and current identification with a photo and signature.

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Masking and sanitizing are recommended when voting in person.

CBSMiami.com Team