Tuesday is primary day for many offices across Virginia.

Voters should remember to bring photo ID to the polls. Information about polling place locations and other election questions can be double-checked by visiting www.elections.virginia.gov or contacting your local registrar’s office.

Here is a rundown of the primary races happening in the Roanoke Valley:

Botetourt County

What: Republican primaries for the offices of sheriff, commissioner of the revenue, and the Blue Ridge District seat on the board of supervisors.

When: 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday

Where: This is a public, state-run primary. All voters will cast their ballot at their usual assigned polling place.

Roanoke city

What: Democratic primary for circuit court clerk

When: 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday

Where: This is a public, state-run primary. All voters will cast their ballot at their usual assigned polling place.

Roanoke County

What: Republican primary for the Windsor Hills District seat on the board of supervisors

When: 6 a.m. to 6:50 p.m. Tuesday

Where: This is a firehouse primary, managed by the local party, but open to all Windsor Hills District voters.

All ballots will be cast at the Brambleton Center, 3738 Brambleton Ave.

A statement of intent will be required per an earlier decision of the local GOP. The statement, in part, affirms that a voter plans to support the eventual party nominee. Organizers said this was consistent with past practice.

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Alicia Petska covers what's happening in Roanoke County and the City of Salem.

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