Greg Jamison called to congratulate Mike Huether on his win -- and four more years in the mayor's seat.
It's just before 10, and the atmosphere at Jamison's camp is optimistic.
When Jamison won Wesley United Methodist Church, everyone cheered, and Jamison says he's feeling pretty anxious as he waits for the results to come in.
For now, every seems to be feeling about the same: Eyes locked on the results screen.
It's been a day of hard work at Greg Jamison's campaign headquarters. Volunteers were making phone calls and encouraging people to vote.
Jamison and his wife voted around 8 this morning at Faith Baptist Fellowship Hall.
Here's where the candidate stands on some of this election's ballot issues.
He has previously said he supports an outdoor pool at Spellerberg Park, saying an indoor pool complex could be built somewhere else.
And he says he is against building a Walmart at 85th Street and Minnesota Avenue because he believes there isn't enough space between the construction and the neighborhoods.
Jamison's main push during the race was his 'People's First Initiative.' It's a four-part plan focusing on what he thinks needs to be done for the city. If Jamison is elected, he wants to make traffic throughout the city smoother -- by adding a 'fast track system.'
Jamison has continually said he wants to restore the trust in City Hall. He says the trust was lost over the past four years under Huether's leadership.
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