Today is Election Day, and as voters from Kittery to Fort Kent head to the polls, a referendum veto of a law passed by the Legislature will top the four-question statewide ballot.

A yes vote on Question 1 would reinstate the 1973 law that allows for Election Day registration. A no vote would uphold the changes made in 2011 that require new voters to register to vote at least two business days prior to an election.

Question 2 asks if Maine citizens want to allow a slot machine facility at a harness racing track in Biddeford or another community within 25 miles of Scarborough Downs, subject to local approval, and at a harness racing track in Washington County, with part of the profits from these facilities going to support specific state and local programs.

Question 3 asks voters if they want to allow a casino with table games and slot machines in Lewiston, with part of the profits going to support specific state and local programs.

In either case, a yes vote would allow these gambling facilities and a no vote would reject them.

Question 4 offers a constitutional amendment that would change the years of redistricting the Maine Legislature, congressional districts and county commissioner districts after 2013 from 2023 and every 10th year thereafter to 2021 and every 10th year thereafter.

Locally, in Waldo County, residents of Belfast will elect a mayor, in a contest between challenger Jim O’Connor and incumbent Walter Ash.

A proposed wind ordinance in Frankfort that had originally been eyed for the November ballot will instead be voted on at a special town meeting Thursday, Dec. 1 (see related story).

To find your polling place, visit this site. All polls are open as of 10 a.m. (some opened earlier, at 8 a.m.), and all polls are open until 8 p.m. tonight.