Throughout the day, voters will have the option of where they would like to vote, regardless of where they live.
Voting centers are different from the old precinct system. It's the second time the city has used them. They were used in 2012 for their joint city/school election and then in 2013 for the school board election.
City Clerk Lorie Hogstad says it's very convenient for voters because they can go to any vote center.
“That's why we are using the e-poll books because the e-poll books allow us to have the voters at any location because they are linked throughout the city. And it's an electronic voting system and we can check people in using this system and that allows them to vote at any location,” Hogstad said.
Another thing that will make it more convenient for voters is that ten of the 13 vote centers are actually on bus routes.
Voters must bring a photo ID to the center and that will help those working find each voter in the e-poll books.
The polls are open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.