Published: Nov 05, 2013 6:21 AM EST
Updated: Nov 06, 2013 10:35 AM EST

Lee County, Fla. - With 100 percent of precincts reporting, here are the election results for Lee County with a 17.15 percent voter turnout.

CAPE CORAL CITY MAYOR

Marni Sawiki                       8,010 votes   50.36%

John Sullivan                      7,897 votes   49.64%

CAPE CORAL COUNCIL DISTRICT 1

Jim Burch                            8,376 votes   54.91%

David Headd                        6,878 votes   45.09%

CAPE CORAL COUNCIL DISTRICT 4

Chris Chulakes-Leetz           6,664 votes    43.71%

Richard Leon                       8,581 votes    56.29%

CAPE CORAL COUNCIL DISTRICT 6

Kevin McGrail                       7,090 votes    46.64%

Rick Williams                       8,113 votes    53.36%

FORT MYERS CITY MAYOR

Raimond Aulen                    1,161 votes    16.24%

Randy Henderson                 5,990 votes    83.76%

FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL, WARD 1

Teresa Watkins Brown           470 votes       55.42% 

Bill Pierce                            378  votes      44.58%

LAW ENFORCEMENT SERVICES TO LEE SHERIFF   

YES    1,275 votes   17.34%

NO     6,080 votes   82.66%

APPOINTMENT OF CITY ATTORNEY BY CITY COUNCIL

YES    4,610 votes   66.09%

NO     2,365 votes   33.91%

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTIVE OFFICE 

YES    5,622 votes   80.21%

NO     1,387 votes   19.79%

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FORT MYERS, Fla. - Polls closed here in Southwest Florida at 7:00 p.m. Trust WINK News to bring you Election Day 2013 results, as they come in.

Voters in Cape Coral voted today on the City's next mayor. The two candidates on the ballot were Marni Sawicki and Incumbent John Sullivan. Sullivan ran against tax increases and commercial development. Sawicki focused her campaign on high quality jobs, education and an open and transparent city government.  

In Fort Myers, voters decided between Incumbent Randy Henderson and Raimond Aulen for Mayor. The two were unable to debate during the race because Aulen didn't show up for debates.  

Voters in Fort Myers also decided on Amendment One, which would consolidate the Fort Myers Police Department with the Lee County Sheriff's Office. Members of the Police Benevolent Association are against the decision. They say the move would cost officers their jobs and affect public safety. Supporters say it's a tax dollar saving measure. But, Police Chief Doug Baker said the proposal would not save any money. Sheriff Mike Scott said his office is remaining neutral on the issue.

In Charlotte County, two new candidates were on the ballot for Punta Gorda City Council. Nancy Prafke and Charlie Counsil both ran for District Five. Prafke has been the CEO of Team Punta Gorda for the last five years. Counsil has been living in Punta Gorda for the last eight years.