Esmeralda Traube and Nacole Thompson will narrowly win their races for the Leander City Council, according to unofficial election results.
Traube, a business architect at Dell Technologies, wins the Place 2 seat with 51.18% of votes—107 votes ahead of candidate Mike Sanders.
Thompson, who works in finance, wins the Place 4 seat with 50.47% of votes—42 votes ahead of candidate Donnie Mahan.
Williamson County voting locations were fully reporting as of 9:02 p.m. Results are unofficial until canvassed.
Original post: 7:24 p.m. June 5
Early-voting results show Place 2 candidate Esmeralda Traube and Place 4 candidate Nacole Thompson leading in the Leander City Council runoff election, according to the Williamson County election office.
Traube leads with 1,666, or 53.38%, of the total votes. Candidate Mike Sanders has 1,455, or 46.62%, of the total votes.
Thompson leads with 1,617, or 52.11%, of the total votes. Candidate Donnie Mahan has 1,486, or 47.89%, of the total votes.
The June 5 runoff election was called after no candidate reached a majority of votes May 1.
Leander City Council members are elected at large and serve three-year terms. All results are unofficial until canvassed.