Charlotte voters trekked out to the polls Tuesday to nominate candidates for mayor and city council. The primary elections essentially chose council members from three districts where there’s no general election and offered the chance to nominate candidates in other districts where one party dominates.

The mayoral results:

City of Charlotte Mayor

Charlotte Mayor Pro Tem Vi Lyles won the Democratic mayoral nomination without a runoff, upsetting Mayor Jennifer Roberts. Lyles, a former city budget director and assistant city manager, will face Republican Kenny Smith in November.

In other upset news, two City Council incumbents were defeated in their re-election bids in the Democratic primary when Patsy Kinsey lost the District 1 seat and Claire Fallon lost the at-large race.

The city council results:

(Updated to include all percentage results, not just the highest percentage.)

City of Charlotte City Council At-Large, Democrat

Dimple Ajmera 13.28%

Jesse Boyd 4.37

Roderick Davis 5.57%

Julie Eiselt 16.98%

Claire Green Fallon 11.19%

Ryan McGill 12.16%

James (Smuggie) Mitchell, Jr. 19.38%

Braxton Winston II 17.07%

City of Charlotte City Council District 1, Democrat

Larken Egleston 49.7%

Patsy Kinsey 42.92%

Robert Mitchell 7.38%

Larken Egleston

City of Charlotte City Council District 2, Democrat

J’Tanya Adams 42.12%

Eric Erickson 10.95%

Justin Harlow 43.16%

Michael E. McLean 3.77%

City of Charlotte City Council District 4, Democrat

Damiko Faulkner 19.06%

Priscilla Johnson 29.54%

Greg Phipps 40.25%

Wil Russell 11.15%

City of Charlotte City Council District 5, Democrat

Darrell Bonapart 34.47%

Kris Chambers-Woodruff 10.83%

Scott Derek Jenkins 4.3%

Matt Newton 28.49%

Vinroy Reid 3.41%

Gary Young II 18.5%

City of Charlotte City Council District 6, Republican

Tariq Scott Bokhari 53.64%

Eric Laster 46.36%

Photos: Jeff Siner/Charlotte Observer Gambol Photography

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