Dayton voters re-elected incumbents to the Dayton City Commission.
Four people were running for two open seats. Those seats will be held by Joey Williams and Jeff Mims, who were challenged by Darryl Fairchild and Shenise Turner-Sloss.
Mims, who has served on the commission since 2014, won 26 percent of the vote. Joey Williams, who garnered 30 percent of the vote, is the longest serving city commissioner.
Darryl Fairchild came in third, with 22 perent of the vote. Shenise Turner-Sloss won 20 percent.