NAPLES, Fla. – The city of Naples has a new councilor.

Polls closed at 7 p.m. for a special election in Naples.

Raymond "Ray" Christman was elected to replace councilor Linda Penniman, who resigned in January due to her husband's illness.

Christman received 2,241 votes from 4,411 – more than half of those who voted checked his name on their ballot papers.

Bill Moss came in second with 1,497 votes (33.94 percent).

Edward "Ted" Blankenship came in third with 439 votes (9.95 percent) and George Dondanville came in last with 234 votes (5.3 percent).

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