St. Petersburg residents voted on four City Council seats Tuesday, selecting three new faces and one incumbent to serve four year terms starting in January.
Copley Gerdes will replace Robert Blackmon for the District 1 seat on City Council after defeating Bobbie Shay Lee Tuesday night.
District 4 will be represented by Lisset Hanewicz, who won against Tom Mullins.
Incumbent Gina Driscoll will continue to hold District 6 after a landslide victory against Mhariel Summers.
And Richie Floyd will take over the District 8 seat after a narrow win against Jeff Danner.
Check here for more information on the elections.
– Kelly Hayes, Florida Politics