The two-seat race for the Sanibel City Council was decided Tuesday, with Chauncey Goss and Jim Jennings garnering the majority of the votes.
Frances Slane finished third.
There was a total of 2,699 votes cast out of 5,572 registered voters on Sanibel.
Goss led the way with 1,280 votes or 47.42-percent, while Jennings hauled in 895 votes, which was 33.16-percent of the vote.
Slane finished with 524 votes, which was 19.41-percent of the vote.
Jennings was the incumbent heading into the three-candidate race, while Goss and Slane were running in their first City Council elections.
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