CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Election Day may have been two weeks ago, the results in the races for mayor and city council didn’t become official until Tuesday's city council meeting.
The Nov. 8 election results were canvassed at the brief meeting, making them official. However, three of those races did not end with a clear-cut winner.
Candidates in District 1, District 2 and District 3 will now face off in a runoff election, which is set for Dec. 13.
In those races, District 1 incumbent Billy Lerma will face former councilman Everett Roy; District 2 former councilman Mark Scott will take on Sylvia Campos; and District 3 incumbent Roland Barrera will go head-to-head with Eric Cantu.
Early voting for the runoffs is Dec. 3-9.
Councilmembers also added polling locations to a list published Friday. Some of those locations will only be open during early voting, and others will only be available on Election Day.
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