The city of Kyle announced there will be a runoff election Dec. 7 for the District 5 seat between the two candidates who received the most votes as neither managed to surpass 50%.
At 28.07% of the votes, challenger Daniela Parsley will face incumbent Rick Koch, who reached 35.25% of the 1,546 votes.
The race remained steady as Koch held the lead throughout the night with Parsley following in second.
UPDATE: 11:00 p.m. CST
District 5 incumbent Rick Koch maintains his lead with 35.25% of 1,546 votes. Daniela Parsley follows at 28.07% with Leah Kaufman at 22.83% and Donny Wills with 13.84%.
District 6 incumbent Michael Tobias is running unopposed and has 100% of 283 votes.
As polls close Nov. 2, preliminary voting totals show the incumbents of Kyle City Council seats are in the lead of their races.
For the District 5 seat, incumbent Rick Koch leads with 34.17% of the vote. Daniela Parsley follows behind at 28.75%; Leah Kaufman is at 21.81%; and Donny Wills is at 15.28%.
Michael Tobias is the incumbent and running unopposed for the District 6 seat.
All results are unofficial until canvassed.
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