The polls will be open Tuesday in Hagerstown from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
HAGERSTOWN -- Hagerstown residents will have a chance to determine the city's future for the next four years by turning out for Tuesday's primary election.
All five members of the City Council and the mayor are running for re-election.
In the GOP mayoral primary, incumbent Robert E. Bruchey II faces political newcomers Jonathan R. Burrs and Ann Holtzman. The winner in that race will square off against Democrat David S. Gysberts in the May 19 general election.
Bruchey served as mayor from 1997 to 2001, but lost a re-election bid to William M. Breichner.
He ran again in 2005, but was defeated by former Mayor Richard F. Trump. The City Council appointed Bruchey mayor in 2006 after Trump resigned from office less than a year into his term.