And the results for the only incumbent city council race came in with Gretchen Ezernack on top.
"I want to thank everyone from the bottom of my heart.," Ezernack said to her supporters.
The three candidates in this race are Ezernack and her opponents, Holly Dixon and former mayoral candidate Clint Thomas.
It took some time for the early votes and all the precinct votes to come in throughout the evening, but the results showed Ezernack with 52 percent, Dixon with 43 percent, and Thomas with five percent of the vote.
With her re-election, Gretchen wants to continue working on commerical and residential development projects like the Tower-Armand business district and lane work.
"District two, like other districts, has problems with drainage, but we've been making improvements on that and want to continue to push that forward" Ezernack said, also adding improvements to economic development and infrastructure throughout the district.
Monroe mayor Jamie Mayo made his rounds throughout the city Tuesday night, and stopped by Ezernack's headquarters toward the end for the final results.
"I'm always eager as mayor of the city to known who my collegues will be on the council, because that's very important," he said. "We've had a good run with our city council members, working together, moving the city forward."
Ezernack says she doesn't plan to do anything different in this new term but says she will be prepared for new issues that develop.