PEARLAND, Texas- Voters cast their ballots in several key elections in Pearland on Saturday.

This year, long-time mayor Tom Reid was challenged by newcomers Quentin Wiltz and Jimi Amos.

Reid came in barely ahead with 49 percent of the vote, so there will be a run-off against Quentin Wiltz.

Ten candidates also competed for three city council positions.

J. Darnell Jones took on incumbent Gary Moore for Position 3. Moore beat Jones with 55 percent of the vote.

Six candidates were in the running for newly elected Position 7. Candidates include Bud Tollefsen, Sherry Stockwell, Woody Owens, G.C. Sonny Atkins, Dalia Kasseb, and Terry Gray.

Position 7 will also go to a run-off election since no one got 50 percent of the vote. However, Dalia Kasseb was noticeably ahead at this point with 41 percent of the vote Saturday.

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Finally, voters decided between J. David Little and Jude T. A. Smith for City Council Position 5. Little won with 65 percent of the vote.

KHOU 11 News is also following a race in which a teenager is taking on an incumbent for a spot on the Pearland I.S.D school board. In that race, Rusty DeBorde is being challenged by 18-year-old Mike Floyd.

In this race, 18-year-old Mike Floyd pulled off an upset with a 54 percent win.

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To view all the Brazoria County election results, visit here.