WATERTOWN, N.Y. -- Up north, the City of Watertown had somewhat of a unique race.
The city doesn't use party affiliation for its elections and it's been that way since the 1920s. So when people went to vote Tuesday, all six people running for the two open seats had to go through the primary process.
The top four vote getters will move on to November's general election. They are the two incumbents, Teresa Macaluso and Jeff Smith, and two newcomers, Stephen Jennings and Cody Horbacz.
Two other first time runners, Rod LaFave and Jasmine Borreggine came up short.
Macaluso ran away with the most votes, but Smith and Jennings were only separated by two votes for second and third and with only two open seats, it could make for an interesting race in November.