Dave Jaworsky will return for a second term as mayor of Waterloo.
He defeated Kelly Steiss by almost 12,000 votes.
Jaworsky says he's honoured to be re-elected.
"Tonight's results tell me that our city wants positive leadership and a clear vision to move Waterloo forward," he told supporters.
Waterloo Mayor @DaveJaworsky re-elected for a second term: pic.twitter.com/qKBrHe1qJG— Leah Johansen (@leahjohansen) October 23, 2018
And here are the rest of the unofficial results from the city.
Apologies for the delay. Here are the final unofficial #wrvotes results for the unacclaimed races in City of Waterloo pic.twitter.com/vr2yG1uwsn— City of Waterloo (@citywaterloo) October 23, 2018
Voter turnout was over 34 per cent.
You can view the full unofficial results of the election here.
THANK YOU, WATERLOO!! I am so grateful that #PositiveLeadership continues to resonate with you, and our combined vision for a better Waterloo, on many fronts, is important to you, your family/friends. My heartfelt thanks. ...Mayor Dave— Dave Jaworsky (@DaveJaworsky) October 23, 2018