Stamford's Democrats will face-off Sept. 10 in a primary election for the Democratic mayoral ticket. State Representative William Tong and Board of Finance member David Martin will appear on Tuesday's ballot. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
For this primary, the city is divided into 20 municipal voting districts, which are listed below:
District 1: Our Lady Star of the Sea, 1200 Shippan Ave.
District 2: Neighbors Link, 75 Selleck St.
District 3: South End Community Center, 34 Woodland St.
District 4: KT Murphy Elementary School, 19 Horton St.
District 5: Yerwood Center, 90 Fairfield Ave.
District 6: Faith Tabernacle Baptist Church, 29 Grove St.
District 7: Julia A. Stark School, 398 Glenbrook Rd.
District 8: Domus, 83 Lockwood Ave.
District 9: Westover Elementary School, 412 Stillwater Ave.
District 10: Cloonan Middle School, 11 W. North St.
District 11: First Presbyterian Church, 1101 Bedford St.
District 12: Stamford High School, 55 Strawberry Hill Ave.
District 13: Roxbury Elementary School, 751 West Hill Rd.
District 14: Stillmeadow School, 800 Stillwater Rd.
District 15: Dolan Middle School, 51 Toms Rd.
District 16: Turn of River Middle School, 117 Vine Rd.
District 17: Springdale School, 1127 Hope St.
District 18: Davenport Ridge School, 1300 Newfield Ave.
District 19: Long Ridge Church
District 20: Scofield Magnet Middle School, 641 Scofieldtown Rd.
Visit this link from the city's website to search for your voting district: