TenHaken, Loetscher poised for runoff in Sioux Falls mayoral race
UPDATE, 9:55 p.m.
The race for the next mayor of Sioux Falls is headed to a runoff.
No candidate received the required 50 percent of the vote to win the election outright, so the two top vote-getters, Paul TenHaken and Jolene Loetscher, will have a runoff election to decide the winner.
TenHaken finished with 34.1 percent of the vote, while Loetscher received 24.9 percent of the vote.
The two will face off in a runoff election on May 1.
Jim Entenman received 19 percent of the vote, while Greg Jamison ended up with 14.1 percent of the vote.
Kenny Anderson finished with 6.7 percent of the vote, while Mike Gunn received just over 1 percent.
You can see the full election results
UPDATE, 9:20 p.m.
With 65 percent of the votes counted, Paul TenHaken and Jolene Loetscher are the two top vote-getters.
With roughly a third of precincts reporting, TenHaken is capturing about 34 percent of the vote. Jolene Loetscher is in second with 24 percent.
Jim Entenman is currently in third with 19 percent, while Greg Jamison has 15 percent of the vote.
A candidate requires more than 50 percent of the vote to claim victory. If no candidate captures that many votes, there will be a runoff between the two top vote-getters in the initial election.
You can find the latest results
The polls are now closed in the city of Sioux Falls
Voters in Sioux Falls are deciding several majors issues, including the next mayor of the city. There are also city council and school board seats up for grabs in a number of cities, including Sioux Falls, Brandon, and Brookings.
KSFY News reporters are following several candidates Tuesday evening. You can follow their latest Tweets below.
Results are expected to start coming out sometime after the polls close at 7:00 p.m. You can find the latest results