List of local legislative and county races.

Voters in the Middletown-Odessa-Townsend area headed to the polls today to choose who will represent them.

Polls opened this morning at 7 and will close at 8 p.m. To find your polling place, click here.

The Transcript will be bringing you election results after polls close.

Legislative local races

The legislative local races that impact MOT-area voters are as follows:

State Senate District 10

Democratic incumbent Bethany Hall-Long is running against Republican John Marino. For a Q&A with the candidates on this race, click here.

State House of Representatives District 8

Democratic incumbent Quinn Johnson is facing Republican challenger Matthew Brown. For a Q&A with the candidates on this race, click here.

State House of Representatives District 9

Democratic Jason Hortiz is running against Republican Kevin Hensley for the seat being vacated by Rep. Rebecca “Becky” Walker. For a Q&A with the candidates on this race, click here.

State House of Representatives District 11

Republican incumbent Jeff Spiegelman is running against Democratic challenger Lynne Newlin. For a Q&A with the candidates on this race, click here.

State House of Representatives District 15

Democratic incumbent and current state House of Representatives Majority Whip Valerie Longhurst is facing Republican challenger Matthew Lenzini. For a Q&A with the candidates on this race, click here.

New Castle County races

New Castle County Sheriff

Incumbent New Castle County Sheriff Trinidad Navarro is being challenged by Libertarian Patrick Shipp. For a Q&A with the candidates on this race, click here.

New Castle County Recorder of Deeds

Democrat Michael E. Kozikowski is running against two candidates, Republican contender David Tancredi and Libertarian Shawn P. Long Jr. For a Q&A with the candidates on this race, click here.