DUBUQUE, Iowa (KWWL) -- Dubuque's primary elections for the city's mayoral and city council races will take place on Tuesday.
There will be five mayoral candidates on the primary ballot after current mayor Roy Buol announced earlier this year that he would not seek reelection.
The five candidates for mayor are:
- Current City Councilman Brad Cavanagh
- Current City Councilman David Resnick
- Former city council candidate Antonino Erba
- Former mayoral candidate John Miller
- First-time candidate April White
There are four candidates running for At-Large City Council:
- Current City Councilman Ric Jones, seeking another term
- Former City Council candidate Micaela Freiburger
- First-time candidate Tim Flynn
- First-time candidate Louis G. Mihalakis
The two candidates who received the most votes in each race will then face off in the November 2 election.
Those who requested a mail ballot need to have it turned in by 8 p.m. Tuesday.
In-person voting is available at your voting precinct through 8 p.m. There is no in-person voting available at the courthouse.