It looks like two familiar faces will be sworn in to the next version of Fountain Valley's City Council.
Incumbent Steve Nagel and former councilwoman Cheryl Brothers won handily in Tuesday's race for two open City Council seats.
With all precincts reporting, Nagel captured 36 percent of the vote, followed by Brothers with 26 percent, Patrick Tucker at 17.1 percent, Bryan J. Tice with 10.6 percent and Duy T. Nguyen with 10.3 percent.
In other local races...
72nd Assembly: Huntington Beach businessman Travis Allen topped Los Alamitos Mayor Troy Edgar for a new legislative seat representing Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Seal Beach and several other Orange County cities. Click here for the story.
Fountain Valley School District: Jeanne Galindo and Ian Collins won the two open seats. The Fountain Valley School District Bond Measure was narrowly defeated, 50.2 percent to 49.8 percent, according to unofficial results from the county registrar.
Huntington Beach Union High School District: Susan Henry and Michael H. Simons won two full-term seats. Duane Dishno won the short-term seat.
Ocean View School District: Debbie Cotton and Gina Clayton-Tarvin captured the two open seats.
Garden Grove Unified School District: The three open seats went to George West, Linda Paulsen-Reed and Bao Quoc Nguyen.
Huntington Beach City Council: In a 12-person battle for three seats, Jill Hardy came in first with 14 percent of the vote, followed by Jim Katapodis and Dave Sullivan in a photo finish over Barbara Delgleize.
For more vote tallies, see our Live Fountain Valley Election Results story or check the OC registrar's election results website.
Correction: An earlier version of this story misspelled FV City Council candidate Patrick Tucker's last name.