At 4 p.m. in Charlottesville City, the percentage of voters casting ballots in today's midterm election was up to 34 percent. It was at 25 percent at 1 p.m.
In surrounding Albemarle County, turnout as of 4 p.m. had risen to 43 percent, up from the 32 percent who had voted by 1 p.m.
These are strong numbers in the most Democratic leaning part of VA-5. Look for it to be a long night.
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