Updated 10:55 p.m., May 4

Current Mayor Pro Tem David Quint won re-election, but he won a second term by only 7 votes. Quint finished second in the race for an at-large council spot with 173 votes, or 23.47%. Tammy Reeves had the most votes with 398, or 54%. Loi Lin came in behind Quint with 166 votes, or 22.52%. The three candidates were vying for two positions.

In a special election for another council spot, Mike Asselta won with 385 votes, or 81.40%. David Ricci had 88 votes, or 18.60%

Posted 8:13 p.m.

There will be three council spots decided by Westlake voters on two different ballot options.

The town is holding a special election to fill the vacancy when Victor Sansone III resigned from council on Dec. 8. His term runs through May 2025, which led to a special election, according city officials.

What you need to know

Asselta is leading after early voting results—which ran until April 29—were released by Tarrant County. Asselta has 322 votes, or 83.64%, while Ricci has 63 votes, or 16.36%.

In the regular election cycles for city council. Quint, the current mayor pro tem, is seeking re-election, while the other vacancy is due to Kim Greaves seeking the position of mayor.

Lin and Reeves are the other candidates.

Early election voting shows Reeves leading the way with 325 votes, or 53.37%. Quint holds a slim lead over Lin, 143 votes to 141, or 23.48% to 23.15%, respectively.

What’s next?

Community Impact will update this article as more election day vote totals are released. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide/election-results to see results from all local elections in your community.