The precinct-level results for the April 11 runoff election reveal which neighborhoods helped deliver victories to Erskine Oglesby and Demetrus Coonrod.
The two challengers beat incumbent City Council members Chris Anderson and Yusuf Hakeem. You can read more about that here.
Anderson had a narrow six-vote lead during early voting (when including absentee, military, overseas and nursing home ballots), but Oglesby outperformed the incumbent by 118 votes on election day. Oglesby ultimately won by 112 votes (an 8 percent lead).
Oglesby won four of the six precincts. Turnout in the district was 19 percent during the March municipal election, and it fell to 15 percent during the runoff.
|Precinct||Chris Anderson||Erskine Oglesby|
|Alton Park 1||136||37||229||63|
|Alton Park 2||5||29||12||71|
|St. Elmo 1||274||53||239||47|
Coonrod led Hakeem by 81 votes during early voting. On election day, she outperformed the incumbent by 152 votes. Coonrod won by 233 votes (a 20 percent lead).
Coonrod won all seven precincts. Turnout in the district was 24 percent during the March election, and it fell by half to 12 percent during the runoff.
|Precinct||Demetrus Coonrod||Yusuf Hakeem|
|East Chattanooga 1||55||65||29||34|
|East Chattanooga 2||69||53||61||47|