It's Primary Election Day in Massachusetts and for Berkshire County it marks some of the most hotly contested primary races in recent memory.

Certainly in The Berkshires, the race for District Attorney has been highly publicized, but the three way contest between sitting D.A. Paul Caccaviello, and local attorneys Andrea Harrington and Judith Knight, is not the only one on the ballot. Overshadowed by the publicity of the race for the County's top prosecutor, equally as important is the race for State Senate, between incumbent Adam Hinds, and Lee Selectman Thomas Wickham. In addition, voters in the Commonwealth will select Democratic and Republican candidates for Governor. On the Republic side, incumbent Charlie Baker will face off against Springfield Minister Scott Lively. In the Democratic primary, Jay Gonzalez and Robert Massie will be competing for a spot on the ballot in November.

In state and federal elections, polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Municipal elections times may vary.

Where to Vote In The Berkshires

Adams: Deparment of Public Works Garage, North Summer Street

Becket: Town Hall, Main Street

Chesire: Community Senior Center, 119 School Street

Clarksburg: Senior Center, Cross Road

Dalton: Community Center, Main Street

Egremont: Fire Station, Egremont Plain Road

Florida: Town Offices, 379 Mohawk Trail

Great Barrington: Precincts A, C, D - Fire Station, 27 State Road, Precinct B - Housatonic Community Center, Main Street

Hancock: Hancock School, Route 43

Hinsdale: Town Hall, South Street

Lanesboro: Town Hall, 83 North Main Street

Lee: Crossway Village, 21 Crossway

Lenox: Town Hall, Walker Street

Monterey: Fire Hall, Main Road

Mount Washington: Town Hall, East Street

New Ashford: Town Hall, Mallory Road

New Marlboro: Town Hall, Mill River Southfield Road

North Adams: Polls open at 8 a.m. for municipal elections

  •  All five wards at St. Elizabeth's Parish Center, 70 Marshall Street

Otis: Town Hall, Mallory Road

Peru: Community Center, East Main Street

Pittsfield: Polls open at 8 a.m. for municipal elections

What Ward Am I?

  • Ward 1A - Reid Middle School
  • Ward 1B - Reid Middle School
  • Ward 2A - Morningside Community School
  • Ward 2B - Somerset Fire Station, Somerset Avenue
  • Ward 3A - Providence Court, 379 East Street
  • Ward 3B - Egremont Elementary School
  • Ward 4A - Herberg Middle School
  • Ward 4B - Williams School
  • Ward 5A - Berkshire Athenaeum
  • Ward 5B - Berkshire Athenaeum
  • Ward 6A - Columbus Arms Housing, 65 Columbus Avenue
  • Ward 6B - Conte Community School
  • Ward 7A - Fire Station, 54 Pecks Road
  • Ward 7B - Capeless Elementary School

Richmond: Town Hall, State Road

Sandisfield: Old Town Hall, Silverbrook Road

Savoy: Senior Center, 720 Main Road

Sheffield: Town Hall, State Road

Stockbridge: Town Hall, Main Street

Tyringham: Town Hall, Main Road

Washington: Town Hall, Summit Road

West Stockbridge: Village School, State Line Road

Williamstown: Williamstown Elementary School, 115 Church Street, Use the School Street lot and entrance.

Windsor: Town Hall, Route 9