St. Petersburg held its municipal Primary Election Tuesday, with three City Council seats on the ballot. The top two vote-getters will face off in the November General Elections.
For the District 1 race, financial planner Copley Gerdes and lobbyist Bobbie Shay Lee advanced, both collecting about 34% of the vote.
The District 4 race saw former prosecutor Lisset Hanewicz and Raymond James executive Tom Mullins advance. Hanewicz took 42% of the vote, Mullins 23%.
Local teacher Richie Floyd and former City Council member Jeff Danner will face off for District 8. Floyd garnered 51% of the vote, and Danner took 27%.
– Kelly Hayes, The Tampa Bay 100