When Maine voters go to the polls on Super Tuesday, they will have many tough choices that range from a tight Governor's race, a key U.S. Senate race, and two Congressional races. They will also have to decide whether to ban bear baiting.

Voters in Lewiston and South Portland will have to decide whether to legalize marijuana when they go to the polls.

In the three-way race for the Blaine House, incumbent Republican Gov. Paul LePage is facing a fierce challenge from Democratic candidate and current U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud along with Independent candidate Eliot Cutler.

Maine voters will also decide Question 1 which asks voters if they want to ban bear baiting that Maine wildlife officials say is needed to control the bear population.

Incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Susan Collins is facing off against Democratic candidate Shenna Bellows. In the 2nd Congressional District, Republican Bruce Poliquin and Democratic candidate Emily Cain hope to fill the seat being vacated by Michaud.

In the 1st Congressional District, incumbent Democratic Congresswoman Chellie Pingree is expected to return to Washington for another two-year term. She is being opposed by Republican candidate Isaac Misiuk and independent candidate Richard Murphy.

To learn more about the races and issues review the Portland Press Herald Voter's Guide.