POSTED: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 - 11:00am
UPDATED: Tuesday, November 2, 2010 - 11:50am
BATON ROUGE, LA (WVLA) - After months of campaigning and ads - voters all across the nation head to the polls.
Here in Louisiana - several high profile races are expected to be decided. For the U.S Senate Seat - Democrat Charlie Melancon will take on the incumbent, Republican David Vitter.
The State's Number two spot - Lieutenant Governor is also up for grabs. Republican candidate and Secretary of State Jay Dardenne is facing off against Democratic Candidate Caroline Fayard.
There are also 10 Constitutional amendements to be decided today.
Other than those three items - the ballots will vary widely from parish to parish - even ward to ward. For a sample ballot for your area - you can head to the Secretatry of State's website by clicking here. 
Also - for more information on the Constitutional Amendements - you can download a guilde from the Public Affairs Research Council of Louisiana (in a PDF file) by clicking here .
Stay with NBC33 News and NBC33TV.COM for complete Decision 2010 Coverage. Tammi Arender and Political Analyst Bob Courtney will break down the results in primetime and on a special edition of NBC33 News at 10:00. We'll also have reports from the big races all over the State.