Turnout is expected to be low today as voters head to the polls for Election Day.
Secretary of State William Galvin says he expects over two million voters to cast ballots, which would be the lowest turnout for a midterm election in the state in decades.
Voters will be picking a new governor with Charlie Baker not seeking reelection, with Democrat Maura Healey holding huge leads over Republican Geoff Diehl in all major polls.
Voters will also be choosing statewide officers, all of the state's U.S. House seats and members of the legislature.
There are also local races, including state lawmakers and a new Governor's Councilor, since current Councilor Mary Hurley announced her retirement from the seat earlier this year.
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