PUEBLO, Colo. — Unofficial results are coming in for the Pueblo mayoral runoff election between incumbent Mayor Nick Gradisar, and City Council President Heather Graham.
Right now, Graham leads with 14,171 votes (62.9%). Gradisar currently has 8,355 votes (37.1%).
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The results of this vote are still considered unofficial, and will not be considered official until the canvas is held on Feb. 1, when results are officially verified.
Graham finished with the most votes in November's general election, with around 22.5%, while Gradisar finished with around 21%.
News 5's Eleanor Sheahan sat down with both candidates earlier this month about their plans for Pueblo if they're elected.
WATCH: BOTH MAYORAL CANDIDATES, GRAHAM AND GRADISAR SHARE THEIR PLANS FOR PUEBLO, IF ELECTED
This is the first time in nearly 20 years that the City of Pueblo is running the election, and it did come with some hiccups this year. News 5's Maggie Bryan broke down what caused those issues to happen.
The City of Pueblo is prioritizing ballot security in this election. News 5 got a tour of their election facility earlier this month.
WATCH: PUEBLO PRIORITIZING BALLOT SECURITY AHEAD OF MAYORAL RUNOFF ELECTION
Make sure to follow along with News 5 for results and reactions Tuesday night.
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