By CBS3 Staff


PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — After months of campaigning, polls are closed and results are beginning to pour in for the 2019 Pennsylvania primary election. Among the most hotly-contested races are the mayoral and sheriff races in Philadelphia.

Pennsylvania Primary Election: Philadelphia Mayoral, Sheriff Contests Among Races To Watch

Can mayor Jim Kenney fend off two Democratic challengers in his bid for a second term? Will Philadelphia elect its first ever woman sheriff?

Stick with CBSPhilly.com for up-to-date live results from Tuesday’s election. This page will be updated regularly throughout the evening as races are called.

Results as of 11:30 p.m.

Mayor – Democratic (Citywide)

  • Jim Kenney [incumbent] — 129,781 votes; 66.89% (WINNER)
  • Alan Butkovitz — 27,029 votes; 8.78%
  • Anthony Hardy Williams — 47,172 votes; 24.31%

Mayor – Republican (Citywide)

  • Billy Ciancaglini (WINNER — unopposed) 

Sheriff – Democratic (Citywide)

  • Rochelle Bilal — 65,684 votes; 41.08% (WINNER)
  • Malika Rahman — 40,874 votes; 25.56%
  • Larry King Sr — 9.713; 6.07%
  • Jewell Williams [incumbent] — 43,587 votes; 27.26%

Council at Large – Democratic (Citywide)

Vote for no more than 5:

  • Adrián Rivera-Reyes
  • Deja Lynn Alvarez
  • Helen Gym — 106,226 votes; 15.78% (WINNER)
  • Ogbonna Paul Hagins
  • Fernando Treviño
  • Eryn Santamoor
  • Joseph A Diorio
  • Hena Veit
  • Billy Thompson
  • Beth Finn
  • Latrice Y Bryant
  • Allan Domb — 65,472 votes; 9.73% (WINNER)
  • Katherine Gilmore Richardson — 44,403 votes; 6.60% (WINNER)
  • Erika Almirón
  • Bobbie Curry
  • Isaiah Thomas — 62,647 votes; 9.31% (WINNER) 
  • Vinny Black
  • Wayne Edmund Dorsey
  • Edwin Santana
  • Mark Ross
  • Devon Cade
  • Sandra Dungee Glenn
  • Derek S Green — 59,666 votes; 8.86% (WINNER)
  • Wayne Allen
  • Justin DiBerardinis
  • Fareed Abdullah
  • Asa Khalif
  • Ethelind Baylor

Council at Large – Republican (Citywide)

Vote for not more than 5:

  • Al Taubenberger — 12,313 votes; 19.38% (WINNER) 
  • Dan Tinney — 13,400 votes; 21.09% (WINNER)
  • Matt Wolfe — 12,156 votes; 19.13% (WINNER)
  • Bill Heeney — 11,789 votes; 18.55% (WINNER) 
  • David Oh — 6,136 votes; 9.94% (WINNER)
  • Drew Murray
  • Irina M Goldstein