A 10-vote margin Tuesday night separated the candidates for Las Vegas City Council Ward 4, with Stavros Anthony gaining a slight advantage over Glenn Trowbridge in the contest for the open seat.
In complete but unofficial returns, Anthony had 3,309 votes, for just over 50 percent. Trowbridge had 3,299 votes.
"We won, and I'm looking forward to representing the residents of Ward 4," Anthony said. "We came back from behind, and I appreciate the voters putting their faith in me."
Anthony said he was confident even with the prospect of a recount.
"I've been elected by the people tonight, and I don't expect a recount to change that."
Trowbridge called the results "practically a tie" and said, "There will be a recount."
"We expected it to be very close," he said. "There was a ton of negative pieces that came out in the last three days, persuasive stuff, if somebody buys into that stuff.
"We'll just see how it comes out in the recount."
In the Henderson race for mayor, Andy Hafen surged back to earn a 45-vote lead over Steve Kirk with all vote centers reporting.
North Las Vegas Councilwoman Shari Buck appears to have won the race for North Las Vegas mayor with 55 percent of vote, with all precincts reporting. City Councilman William Robinson got 45 percent of the vote.
Unofficial results on the Clark County elections Web site