The Mayoral race featured six candidates vying to replace long-time Mayor Bill Hamm.
No candidate received 50% of the vote so there will be a runoff on Oct. 9 between Ron Anders Jr. who had 43 percent and David Hill who received 29 percent.
Brittany Dement came in a close third with 25 percent of the votes.
The other challengers were Lindbaugh Jackson, Jordan Langdon and Richard Speake.
The incumbent Verlinda White went head to head with Connie Fitch Taylor and won with 69% of the vote.
After a crowded race for Ward 2, no candidate was able to capture 50% of the vote.
Kelly Griswold and Todd Scholl were the top two vote-getters and they’ll head to the Oct. 9 runoff.
The four other candidates were Anthony Brock, Phil Chansler, Stephen Moseley and Hal Walker.
Barry Davis, Jim Ryan and Brett Smith square off in the City Council Ward 4 Race.
Brett Smith just misses out on 50 percent of the vote and will head to a runoff against Jim Ryan.
There will be a runoff between Steven Dixon and Walter Northcutt.
Dixon received 37 percent of the vote compared to Northcutt’s 35 percent.
Brian O’neil finished third with 29 percent.
Sarah Brown will go up against Bob Parson for the runoff in Oct.
They beat our Brad Donnelly.
Although the there was a crowded race for Ward 7, there will be no runoff as Jay Hovey collected 54 percent of the vote making him the clear winner.
Laura Mirarchi finished 2nd with 20 percent of the vote.
Jay Conner, Amy Crew, and Andrew Puent were the other challengers in the race.
Incumbent Tommy Dawson taking on Marlene Bowman won in a close race with 52 percent of the vote.