TAMPA, Fla. -- The race is on for local elections in the Bay area.
COUNTY COMMISSION RACES:
Pinellas County has already declared a winner for District 6 commission seat: Kathleen Peters. Peters ran against Larry Ahern and Barb Haselden.
In Hillsborough County, six candidates are vying for the District 7 commission seat -- Republicans Todd Marks and Aakash Patel, and Democrats Ray Chiaramonte, Mark Nash, Kimberly Overman, and Sky White.
Four candidates are vying for the District 5 commission seat -- Republicans Victor Crist and Angel Urbino Capo, and Democrats Elvis Piggott and Mariella Smith.
Those results are not final yet.
In Manatee County, three candidates are vying for the District 4 commission seat -- Republicans Mark Black, Laurie Galle, and Misty Servia.
Those results have not been posted yet.
In Hernando County, three candidates are vying for the District 2 commission seat -- Republicans Wayne Dukes, Charles Greenwell, and Beth Narverud.
As of right now, Wayne Dukes is leading over the other two.
For the District 4 commission seat in Hernando County, Jeff Holcomb won over Natalie Kahler.
In Citrus County, Ron Kitchen Jr. won the District 2 commission seat, beating out Republicans Renee Christopher-McPheeters, Tim Langer, and Ruthie Schlabach.
And Scott Carnahan beat out Scott Adams for the District 4 commission seat.
In Polk County, Republican Rick Wilson beat out Kathryn Gates-Skipper for the District 2 commission seat.
And in District 4, Martha Santiago won against Jim Guth.