WATERTOWN — Voting is well underway around the nation for this year’s midterms, and at least here in the north country it seems turnout is relatively high.

Around the city of Watertown on Tuesday, lines formed at polling stations as people cast their ballots for offices including New York state governor, state comptroller, U.S. senator and House representatives, as well as state Legislature and many local elections.

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