SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) — After a day of voting, the final two candidates for the Sioux City City Council have been determined.
Incumbent Council Member Julie Schoenherr and Tom Murphy were the top two vote-getters, meaning they will face off on November 7, according to the unofficial results from the Woodbury County Auditor’s Office.
Schoenherr was the top vote-getter with more than 1,000 votes, or 42% of the overall vote. Meanwhile, Murphy had 762, 140 more than the third candidate, Tricia Lynn Frederick. There were 16 write-in ballots.
|Candidate||Percent of Vote||Votes|
|Tricia Lynn Frederick||26%||622|
According to the results, only 2,055 of the 26,234 registered voters participated in Tuesday night’s primary election. That is 7.83%.
Schoenner and Murphy will face off again in the polls on Nov. 7.
Polls closed at 8:00 p.m.