Voters in Oak Bluffs, Edgartown and West Tisbury will head to the polls today for their annual elections.

Oak Bluffs is the only town of the three that has a contested select board race, but all the ballots have debt exclusion questions for large infrastructure projects.

Voting will take place at the Oak Bluffs library from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., at the West Tisbury public safety building from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Edgartown town hall from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Four candidates in Oak Bluffs are running for the two open select board seats. Incumbent and board chair Emma Green-Beach is looking to serve a second term while Kris Chvatal, Bill Cleary and K. Mark Leonard are all hoping to get on the board after Jason Balboni announced he would not run for reelection.

Voters in Oak Bluffs will also decide on four debt exclusion questions. The questions ask for permission to borrow an additional $1.6 million to upgrade the town’s wastewater treatment facility, $1.6 million for a new elementary school boiler, $1 million for a new fire truck and $4.7 million to reconstruct the town’s jetties.

Oak Bluffs voters will also weigh in on changing Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day.

In Edgartown, select board member Arthur Smadbeck is running unopposed and the only contested race is for parks commissioner, where Michael Magaraci is challenging Andrew Kelly.

Voters could approve spending $1.5 million to buy the former Land Bank headquarters on Upper Main street, potentially for housing, as well as $4.8 million for repairs to the aging septage lines along Edgartown-West Tisbury Road.

In West Tisbury, Jeffrey “Skipper” Manter is the lone candidate for select board and the only contested race is between Michael Colaneri and Patti Roads for board of assessors.

Residents in the Up-Island town could allocate $1.8 million to repair the town library’s HVAC system, and an additional $720,000 to shore up the Up-Island School District’s operating budget.

West Tisbury also has two non-binding questions that ask for voters’ opinions on artificial turf at the regional high school.