Tampa City Council member Charlie Miranda will have to wait until April to find out whether voters will send him back to office for a ninth term.
With all precincts reporting, Miranda secured 49.43% of the vote, falling just short of the 50% plus one threshold needed to win the election outright.
He’ll be on the April 25 ballot with second-place finisher Hoyt Prindle, who secured nearly 22% of the vote.
Three other candidates who made the crowded ballot helped Prindle get into overtime with Miranda. Tyler Barrett secured nearly 8%, Rick Fifer brought in 12% and Nicole Payne 9%.