Incumbents Roscoe Turner and Maria Barnes lost their seats Tuesday in Tulsa city council elections.
Turner, from District 3, and Barnes, from District 4, will be replaced by former councilor David Patrick and newcomer Eric Gomez, respectively.
In District 9, newcomer G.T. Bynum was an easy winner over Phillip Kates. Incumbent Bill Christiansen was easily re-elected in District 8. In District 6, Dennis Troyer beat Kevin Boggs.
The biggest news here is the District 4 race, where Gomez was endorsed by of the Tulsa World and Barnes had supporters such as Tulsa blogger Michael Bates of Batesline.
As usual in Tulsa city elections, voter turnout was pitiful, with only 16,414 votes cast in all the city council elections.