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Tuesday is Election Day. Here's what Pinellas voters need to know.

Decisions. Decisions. Decisions.

Voters across Pinellas County have plenty of those to make on Tuesday.

That's when voters hit the polls across the city and county to decide several important local questions:

Which Rick will voters choose to lead the Sunshine City for the next four years?

Will county voters renew the Penny for Pinellas 1-cent sales tax, the funding source for a decade's worth of infrastructure projects?

Will Clearwater voters decide to pave the way for a $55 million redevelopment of the downtown waterfront, the plan called Imagine Clearwater?

Early voting ended Sunday. Mail ballots can still be dropped off until Monday (check the ballots or go online to votepinellas.com for locations and also to find out your precinct).

For more information: Call (727) 464-8683 or send an email to mailballot@votepinellas.com.

For a refresher on the issues facing voters on Tuesday, click on these links:

TAMPA BAY TIMES: KNOW YOUR CANDIDATES

ST. PETERSBURG MAYOR: Rick Kriseman vs. Rick Baker

CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 2: Brandi Gabbard vs. Barclay Harless

CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 4: Jerick Johnston vs. Darden Rice

CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 6: Justin Bean vs. Gina Driscoll

BALLOT ISSUES: Penny for Pinelllas, other issues

THE TAMPA BAY TIMES EDITORIAL BOARD RECOMMENDS

ST. PETERSBURG MAYOR: Rick Baker for mayor of St. Petersburg

PENNY FOR PINELLAS: Vote yes to extend Penny for Pinellas

CLEARWATER REFERENDUM: Yes on Clearwater referendum to improve waterfront

ST. PETERSBURG CITY COUNCIL: Harless, Rice, Bean for St. Petersburg City Council

ST. PETERSBURG REFERENDUMS: Vote yes on St. Petersburg referendums

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