GREENSBORO, N.C. — The ballots are in and the Board of Elections reports some North Carolina cities and towns will keep their mayors, while others will see new leaders take the helm.
Absentee ballots postmarked on or before Election Day and provisional ballots received by the county's Board of Elections still need to be added for the final results.
Here's a look at where the polls stand after polls closed Tuesday evening.
The City of Burlington is getting a new mayor. Jim Bulter beat current mayor Ian Baltutis by over 1,000 votes. Bulter took in nearly 58% of votes.
Summerfield will get a new mayor after former Guilford County Sheriff BJ Barnes chose not to run again. Polls early Wednesday morning indicate Tim Sessoms won with 58% of votes favoring him. Sessoms is a member of the town council. He ran against Gail Dunham, who ran for mayor in the past and lost.
Graham will also get a new mayor. Jennifer Talley led with 54% of the votes. Talley is a current city council member. She ran against Chip Turner.
Elon will also get a new mayor. Emily Sharpe led the polls with 85% of the votes against Michael Woods. Sharpe has been serving as an alderwoman.
In Kernersville, Dawn Morgan will likely keep her seat as mayor. She leads Jenny Fulton with more than 63% of the votes.
Jamestown mayor Lynn Montgomery will keep her seat.
Thomasville mayor Raleigh York, Jr. will keep his seat.
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