Knoxville City Council incumbents easily held on to their seats Tuesday night, with each winning by wide margins in the regular city election, unofficial results show.
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Final results were posted by the Knox County Election Commission by about 9:05 p.m.
Saunders, who faced three opponents during the September
primary,defeated Paul Bonovich, garnering about 69 percent of all votes
cast for an at-large seat, according to the final, unofficial results.
Stair beat Pete Drew with a 79 percent to 21 percent margin for an
at-large seat, and Mark Campen beat Jennifer Mirtes 68 percent to
32 percent for the 5th District seat, returns showed.
At-large council member George C. Wallace was unopposed Tuesday.
The City Council races are non-partisan.
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