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In a contest between two current city councilmembers, Tera Radloff emerged as the winner in the race to become Castle Pines' next mayor.
Radloff, of Ward 1, garnered 62 percent of the vote, compared to 38 percent for Geoff Blue, councilmember for Ward 3. Radloff will replace term-limited Jeffrey Huff, who was first elected mayor in 2009 and has served two terms.
In addition, voters cast ballots for five council seats. In each race, the candidate ran unopposed.
Ward 1 (four-year term): Melissa Coudeyras (incumbent)
Ward 2 (two-year term): Gregg Fisher
Ward 2 (four-year term): Ben Price (incumbent)
Ward 3 (four-year term): Roger Hudson
Ward 3 (two-year term): Tracy Engerman
Hudson and Engerman were write-in candidates.
In January, the winners will be sworn in.
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