Laurel voters are expected to head for the polls Tuesday in a three-way race for the city’s mayor.

For the first time since he was elected in 2002, Mayor Craig Moe faces two opponents, former council member Michael Sarich and Laurel Ethics Commission member Valerie Cunningham.

In the city council election, at-large member Michael Lesczc is facing challenger Adrian Rousseau. Four other council members are running unopposed.

Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The mayor is paid $20,000 annually for the parttime job; council members are paid $13,500.

In early voting last week, 233 ballots were cast, said City Clerk Kim Rau. There are about 14,300 registered voters in the city.