A Palm Beach Gardens City Council incumbent has an edge, according to unofficial results including early and absentee ballots.
The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections website shows David Levy and challenger Carl Woods each garnered more than 2,000 votes from early voting and absentee ballots.
Levy received 2,867 votes compared to Woods’ 2,308. Those numbers do not include provisional ballots or any votes cast today.
Kevin Easton, who dropped out of the race in early February, secured 465 votes, although they will not count. Woods’ campaign consultant, Billy Benson, said at least two polling locations for part of the day did not have notices to inform voters Easton ended his campaign.