Updated 11:07 p.m. May 4

With all Bexar and Guadalupe County precincts reporting unofficial totals, Phil Vaughan, Lori Putt and Bernard Rubal took the majority votes in the City Council race for Universal City. Vaughan received 20.90% of votes, while Putt received 19.02% and Rubal received 18.17%.

Incumbent Paul Najarian will not retain his position on council following the canvassing of votes, as he received 15.44% of votes. Richard Edwards received 13.32% of votes, and Nick Ferguson received 13.15%.

Following the canvassing of votes, Vaughan, Putt and Rubal will be sworn in as councilmembers. All votes are unofficial until canvassed.

Posted 8 p.m. May 4

Universal City has three city council seats up for election on May 4, with early vote totals showing incumbent Phil Vaughan, Lori Putt and Bernard Rubal leading with 20.21%, 19.31% and 17.77% of early vote totals, respectively.

Incumbent Paul Najarian received 15.76% of early votes, while Nick Ferguson received 13.50% and Richard Edwards received 13.46%, unofficial results show.

The specifics

City Council is composed of six at-large positions, meaning any resident in the city can fill the seat. In the election, voters select three of the six candidates, and the top three vote getters will be sworn in following the canvassing of votes.

Tom Maxwell is the only applicant who filed for the mayor position, meaning he will be the new mayor of Universal City following the canvassing of votes.

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.