Bowen, who ran for Position 4, received 58.8% of the vote with 3,256 votes total. His opponent, Rachel McAdam, received 41.2% of the votes, or 2,283 votes.
In the Nov. 3 election, McAdam got 48.7% of the votes, and Bowen received 27.8%
Hicks, who ran for Position 5, received 56.6% of the votes, or 3,084 votes total. Wes Chorn, Hicks' opponent, received 43.4%, or 2,364.
Hicks received 38.7% of the votes Nov. 3, while Chorn got 32.9%.
In a Q&A with Community Impact Newspaper, Bowen said he is good at identifying opportunities and problems and working with stakeholders to deliver the best solutions. Hicks said he is a problem solver with the ability to think outside the box and reach solutions with even difficult people.