Much of the luster is gone from the Republican presidential primary as Mitt Romney has a comfortable lead for that nomination.
But local voters of either party will have a chance to cast ballots for a number of state and federal offices in Tuesday's primary election.
Of local interest on the state level are races for 23rd Senate and 83rd House.
Statewide, a number of candidates are on the ballot for attorney general, auditor auditor and treasurer.
At the federal level is the Republican and Demcratic primary for U.S. Senate.
Lycoming County voters should note two polling places that have changed.
Candidates officially named on ballot
David Alan Christian
Marc A. Scaringi
Steven D. Welch
Joseph John Vodvarka
Bob Casey Jr.
State Attorney General
David J. Freed
Kathleen G. Kane
State Auditor General
Frank A. Pinto
Eugene A. DePasquale
Diana Irey Vaughan
Robert M. McCord
Thomas A. Marino
23rd state Senator
David A. Huffman
83rd state Representative
Harry J. Rogers Jr.
84th state Representative
Garth D. Everett
Voters in Muncy's 2nd Precinct now will cast ballots at the Muncy School District Office, 46 S. Main St.
Voters in Muncy Creek Township now must vote at Clarkstown United Methodist Church, 3117 Clarkstown Road, Clarkstown.
Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday.