There are some new faces on Tulsa's City Council. We begin in District 1, where incumbent Joe WIlliams easily won re-election Tuesday.
In District 2, Republican incumbent Randi Miller defeated opponent Ken Hancock with 71% of the vote.
Former city councilor David Patrick will take over the District 3 seat. His opponent withdrew from the race, but his name was still on the ballot.
Former Tulsa Fire Chief Tom Baker won with 55% over opponent Michael Bates for the District 4 seat.
In District 5, incumbent Sam Roop was in a close race with Sandra Gilliam but he prevailed with 53% of the vote.
In District 6, incumbent Art Justis won with 59% of the vote.
Newcomer Randall Sullivan won 73% to take over the District 7 seat.
Also, a newcomer in district 8. William Christiansen got 80%.
And in District 9, Susan Neal won 69% of the vote to take over the seat given up by Brady Pringle.