Editor's note: This story has been updated at 10:20 p.m. with the latest election results.

Incumbent Kayci Prince won re-election to her Plano City Council Place 4 seat in the runoff election over Justin Adcock.

Prince ended the night with 55.77% of the votes compared to Adcock's 44.23% total, according to unofficial results from Denton and Collin counties.

Prince is a regional director of marketing for a local hospital. Adcock is a client manager for Alacrity Solutions.

Prince said she was excited to continue serving on council for the next four years.

"I'm looking forward to working with all my council members to do some great things for Plano and help us work towards having a great future," she said. In echoing similar runoff election night comments made by Place 7 winner Julie Holmer, Prince said she plans to make sure all the diverse community members across Plano are heard.

"That's something that we're both really passionate about. Campaigns are hard, but the great thing about it is you get to talk to a lot of different groups of people.
I think that's something that we're gonna have to work on as a city is learning those different niche groups within our community and how we can reach them," Prince said.

In the May 1 election with four candidates, Adcock received 42.6% of the vote while Prince had 38.5% of the vote. Because no one reached at least 50% of the vote, the two highest vote-getters headed to a runoff.

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