Lincoln election results: City council

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Four seats on the Lincoln City Council were up for grabs in Tuesday’s general election.

As of 10:15 p.m., incumbent James Michael Bowers had 8,472 votes for the District 1 seat, while his opponent, Taylor Wyatt, had 7,652.

In District 2, Tom Duden secured 15,106 votes, defeating Bailey Feit, who had 12,351.

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Justin Carlson took the District 3 seat with 10,957 votes.  His opponent, Elina Newman, had 6,679 votes.

In the last seat up for contention, District 4, Brodey Weber won with 6,385 votes.  Wayne Reinwald had 4,421 votes.

The Lancaster County Election Commission estimates there are about 4,000 votes left to count.

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