10-1 Takes (Some) Shape

Who won, who’s headed to a runoff

208,718 ballots cast. Who came out on top in the new 10-1?

Steve Adler addresses supporters at campaign headquarters last night. (photo by David Brendan Hall)

Mayor: Steve Adler (64,279 votes, 36.76%) and Mike Martinez (51,804 votes, 29.63%) head into a December runoff.

D1: Runoff: Ora Houston (6,421 votes, 49.12%) and DeWayne Lofton (1,884 votes, 14.41%)

D2: Delia Garza (5,568 votes, 65.76%)

D3: Runoff: Susana Almanza (2,137 votes, 20.99%) and Pio Renteria (1,914 votes, 18.80%)

D4: Runoff: Greg Casar (3,268 votes, 38.65%) and Laura Pressley (1,822 votes, 21.55%)

D5: Ann Kitchen (11,378 votes, 53.62%)

D6: Runoff: Don Zimmerman (3,722 votes, 24.21%) and Jimmy Flannigan (3,697 votes, 24.05%)

D7: Runoff: Leslie Pool (6,265 votes, 32.14%) and Jeb Boyt (3,292 votes, 16.89%)

D8: Runoff: Ellen Troxclair (5,676 votes, 26.38%) and Ed Scruggs (5,496 votes, 25.54%)

D9: Runoff: Kathie Tovo) (10,003 votes, 49.05%) and Chris Riley (8,241 votes, 40.41%)

D10: Runoff: Mandy Dealey (8,539 votes, 30.65%) and Sheri Gallo (6,386 votes, 22.93%)

Coverage continues throughout the day on the blog, @ACNewsdesk, and in tomorrow’s print issue. Click here for last night's liveblog of election results, candidate reactions, photos from the parties, and more.

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