LAKE MARY, Fla. - Incumbents Jim Gray, Robert Stuart, and Regina Hill have each secured another term on the Orlando City Commission.
Gray and Hill were able to garner more than 62% and 74% of the vote, respectively.
Stuart faced one of his toughest challenges yet from Nicolette Springer, but he will avoid a runoff having just cleared the threshold at 51% of the vote. Springer earned a respectable 44% with Samuel Chambers pulling around 5%. Stuart's District 3 includes Audubon Park, Baldwin Park, College Park, Park-Lake Highland, and Rosemont.
Voter turnout was relatively low for this off-year election cycle. Just over 8% of registered voters participated in Gray's District 1 race while nearly 10% of registered voters cast their ballots in Hill's District 5.
In Stuart's District 3, 21.23% of registered voters showed up for this highly publicized race including .77% who participated in early voting, 10.9% who voted by mail, and 9.56% who actually came to the polls to vote in person on Tuesday.
SEE RACE RESULTS BELOW: