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Three incumbents will be joined by seven challengers in City Council election Nov. 2

Three incumbents will be joined by seven challengers in City Council election Nov. 2

Billings City Council incumbents Brent Cromley, Becky Bird and Ken Crouch all survived Tuesday’s primary and will appear on the Nov. 3 ballot.

Cromley represents Ward 1, while Bird represents Ward 3 and Crouch Ward 5.

Unofficial, final results from the Yellowstone County Elections Office had Cromley garnering 1,036 votes, Bird 1,141 votes and Crouch 1,567.

With 1,009 votes, Kerri Seekins-Crowe will oppose Cromley in November.

In Ward 2, with Denis Pitman ineligible to run again because of term limits, Larry Brewster, with 984 votes, and Frank Ewalt, with 810 votes, will square off.

Chris Friedel totaled 1,187 votes in Ward 3 to earn a spot on the ballot opposite Bird in Ward 3.

Ryan Sullivan was the top vote-getter in Ward 4, the seat being vacated at the end of the year by Jani McCall, who is also termed out. Sullivan took in 2,242 votes.

He’ll be challenged by Nathan Schmitz, who got 1,774 votes.

Former councilman Dick Clark was the top vote-getter in Ward 5, with 1,804 votes.

Check back for further updates.

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