Revere voters will decide whether to support the proposed casino at Suffolk Downs, which would be located in both Revere and East Boston, on Tuesday. In order for the project to go through, both communities would have to approve the casino referendum.
If the casino passes, the city of Revere will receive about $15 million from it each year. The agreement calls for at least 250 temporary construction jobs and 400 permanent jobs to go to Revere residents. In addition, it calls for the casino to spend $7.5 million annually with Revere businesses.
In addition to the casino referendum, residents will vote on Councilor-at-Large, ward city councilor, and School Committee seats.