KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Knoxville residents chose a new mayor and several city council members Tuesday night and on Wednesday, those winners gathered for a breakfast hosted by current Mayor Madeline Rogero.
The breakfast was also a chance for the newcomers to ask questions and get practical advice about their new roles.
Indya Kincannon took 52.4% of the vote, with the unofficial count from teh Knox County Election Commission saying she received more than 13,000 votes, while her opponent, Eddie Mannis, received a little more than 12,000 votes.
A total of 25,360 ballots were cast.
Other winners last night:
Lynne Fugate took City Council at-large Seat A.
Janet Testerman got over 55% of the vote for Seat B.
Amelia Parker taking Seat C with 50.89%.
And Charles Thomas beat out Charles Al-Bawi with the healthiest margin of Tuesday night – about 62% to 37, for City Council District 5.
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