Updated 11:01 p.m., May 4

Incumbent Mayor TJ Gilmore claimed victory and earned a second term.

"I have the privilege and responsibility to represent all of Lewisville for three more years to work with all residents and help navigate challenges with them as well as to ensure Lewisville continues to have advocacy opportunities for our residents in the region," Gilmore said in a text message. "I look forward to continuing the hard work of safer streets, more affordable housing, more childcare options and better job skills training for our residents."

Updated 10:08 p.m., May 4

According to unofficial results with all 27 precincts reporting in Denton County, incumbent TJ Gilmore is pulling further ahead. He has 2,990 total votes, or 57.67%, in Denton County and got two votes in Dallas County.

Winston Edmondson is second with 1,320 votes, or 25.43% and his four votes in Dallas County led the four candidates. There were only nine votes cast in Dallas County and six were early voting numbers.

Posted 7:32 p.m.

Gilmore has an early lead after early election voting results were released by the Denton County Election Administration and the Dallas County Elections Department.

What you need to know

Gilmore won his first term as mayor in 2021 and has been on council since 2011.

He is being challenged by Alexander Davis, Tiffany Karim and Edmondson. It was also a four-person race in 2021, and Gilmore won with 53.1% of the vote.

Gilmore has 2,552 votes, or 61.93%. Following in the voting is Edmondson with 931 votes, or 22.68%; Karim garnered 469 votes, or 11.39%; and Davis with 168, or 4.08%. Early voting ran through April 29.

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.