UPDATED at 9:35 p.m.

Brian Thompson and Peter Gordon have won seats on places 1 and 4 of the Hutto City Council, according to unofficial results from the May 6 election.

Thompson defeated challenger Robin Sutton with 741 votes to 550 votes.

“I’m humbled and honored to be elected as the Hutto City Council Place 1 representative,” Thompson said. “From the beginning I’ve said this campaign will always be about the people of Hutto. I’m excited to listen to the ideas and concerns of Hutto citizens and collaborate with my fellow council members.”

In Place 4, incumbent Peter Gordon defeated challenger Nicole Calderone with 864 votes to 457.

“We are really excited to be able to stay on my seat and continue the work I’ve been doing for the last four years here on council,” Gordon said. “I think we’re set up to have a great couple of years in Hutto and I’m excited to be a part of it.”

The Place 5 race between Dana Wilcott, James Weaver and Marcus Coleman will go to a runoff election because no candidate secured more than 50% of the vote.

Wilcott received the most votes at 608, or 46.84%, followed by Weaver with 346 and Coleman with 344.

The city of Hutto will announce the date of the runoff election between top two vote-getters Wilcott and Weaver.

POSTED at 7:46 p.m.

Early voting results for the May 6 election show Brian Thompson, Peter Gordon and Dana Wilcott leading for Hutto City Council Places 1, 4 and 5, respectively.

For Place 1, incumbent Robin Sutton is running against Thompson, a marketing professional. Thompson is leading with 497 votes against Sutton's 342.

For Place 4, Gordon, the incumbent, is running against service coordinator Nicole Calderone. Gordon is leading with 563 votes against Calderone's 286.

In a special election for Place 5, health professional Marcus Coleman, retired FDIC manager James Weaver and Wilcott, an educator, are vying for the seat formerly occupied by Krystal Kinsey. Wilcott is leading with 386 votes to Weaver's 234 and Coleman's 228.

Results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide to see results from all local elections in your community.