In the Clerk-Treasurer race, Karen McQueen was re-elected by a vote of 773-721 over opponent Mary E. Fisher.
"I feel absolutely amazing," McQueen said. "I cannot say enough about my support group."
It's an amazing feeling, I'm so glad I won, I put so much work into this."
"I tried a different strategy this time," McQueen said. "I did things completely different; I talked to more people this election than I did the last."
McQueen went on to commend her opponent for running a clean campaign.
"Mary (Fisher) was steep competition," McQueen said. "She has a business in town, and she's very well liked."
Fisher also said she called McQueen to congratulate her for running a clean race, and she wanted to thank everyone who supported her.
"I want to say thank you so much to everybody that supported me," Fisher said. "I made many new friends, and I was overwhelmed by the support that I had."
In the City Council At-Large race, Tyler Hutcheson defeated Pat Heffner by a count of 748-742.
"I'm feeling great, very excited," Hutcheson said.
He said during the very close race, there was some worrying.
"There were a couple times (I was worried), but I never felt bad the entire time," Hutcheson said. "It was a learning experience."
It was great but I knew that no matter what happened it would be a great choice for the city."
Hutcheson said he learned a lot during the race and can already point out some things he could have done differently.
"I've learned a lot, and I think if I could go back I would want to take more time and go door to door to see more citizens," Hutcheson said. "The only thing I regret is not getting to take that time to go see more people."
In the City Council Ward Three race, Ann Bradshaw defeated Mark A. Bedwell by a count of 229-186.
Bradshaw said she was very pleased with her campaign and the victory.
"The totals are a vote of confidence," Bradshaw said. "I will represent Ward Three diligently."
Bradshaw said she appreciated the support and she will do the best job she can.
In the City Council Ward One race, Brad Deal was re-elected by a vote of 255-64.
Deal said he was happy to be able to continue working to make Brazil a better place.
"I'm happy we're going to be able to continue on with some of the things we started these last four years," Deal said. "I think we've got the city going in the right direction and I'm very happy about having Ann (Bradshaw) win and have her back on the council, and it was a good win but I'm glad it's over."
Deal also said he wanted to thank everyone who voted for him.
"I'll start off by saying thank you to everybody that did support me, that believed in me and I hope I can continue to show them that I was worth their vote," Deal said.
In the race for City Council Ward Four, Dustin Jorgensen defeated Bill Lovett, 255-153.
Jorgensen said he tried his best to talk to as many people as possible to find out what they wanted from their councilman.
"I'm extremely excited," Jorgensen said. "I think it's excellent they have confidence in me and I'll do my best to vote on things that will help everyone in Brazil."
Jorgensen said he was thankful to have a lot of people helping with his campaign, which contributed to his victory.