Former state Assemblywoman Victoria Seaman will join her former Assembly colleague Michele Fiore on the Las Vegas City Council.
Seaman, who had the backing of the Laborers Union, defeated seven candidates and garnered just under 40 percent of the 7,540 ballots cast in the Ward 2 special election.
Hilarie Grey, a former staffer for Congresswoman Dina Titus, came in second with 31 percent. Grey had the endorsement of Culinary Local 226.
The special election came about as a result of the resignation of Steve Seroka.
In Ward 1, former city employee Brian Knudsen received 53 percent of the vote to defeat Robin Munier, a former liaison to outgoing Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian. Munier received 47 percent of the 4,134 votes cast.
Knudsen, a consultant to non-profit organizations, campaigned on the need for a children’s hospital in the valley’s medical district, located in Ward 1.
In Ward 3, former Assemblywoman Olivia Diaz, who quit the Legislature to run for city council, defeated Melissa Clary by just 74 votes.
Turnout among City of Las Vegas voters was 10.27 percent.
In North Las Vegas, where 9.67 percent of voters cast ballots, Richard Cherchio won 60 percent of the vote to defeat Pete Shields.
Boulder City Councilman Kiernan McManus defeated incumbent Mayor Rod Woodbury. McManus won 54 percent of the vote to Woodbury’s 46 percent. 4,658 Boulder City voters cast ballots.
In the race for two seats on the Boulder City Council, Claudia M. Bridges and James Howard Adams came in first and second, defeating Peggy Leavitt and Rich Shuman, who came in third and fourth.
Boulder City turnout was 45 percent.