Mayor Roger Tobler and City Council candidates Rod Woodbury and Peggy Leavitt won big Tuesday night, ending speculation on the make-up of the city’s next government in the primary.
Tobler received 54.8 percent of the vote with challenger Councilwoman Linda Strickland getting 40.7 percent.
Woodbury got 2,689 votes, or 32 percent, in the Council race and Leavitt received 2,449, or 29.1 percent.
However, both Woodbury and Leavitt recieved votes from more than 50 percent of the 4,517 voters to secure their seats.
Rose Ann Rabiola Miele finished third with 1,331, or 15.8 percent of the vote.
Lynn Goya finished fourth with 1,201, or 14.3 percent.