Quordiniah Lockley won the Democratic nomination for McComb mayor, with the first-term incumbent defeating former mayor Zach Patterson 725-580 in the primary runoff on Tuesday.
Tabitha Felder Isaac won the selectman at-large nomination after defeating former Ward 4 selectman Melvin Joe Johnson 666-638.
And in Ward 4, John Bates will be the next selectman representing south McComb after defeating Eddie Thompson 132-123.
The results are unofficial and uncertified and contain absentee ballots but not affidavit ballots, which were still being counted Tuesday night at city hall.
There weren’t enough affidavit ballots to statistically have an impact in the outcome of the races.
With the conclusion of the runoff, Lockley will move on to face current Ward 2 selectman Michael Cameron in the June 21 general election for mayor.
Bates have doesn't another opponent awaiting him in the general election and will begin a four-year term in July. Bates will replace Shawn Williams, who finished in third place in the May 3 Democratic primary for mayor.
Felder Isaac faces Republican Jay DeSoto in the general election on June 21, with the winner replacing Donovan Hill, who didn't run for office.