Huttig voters chose to keep their current mayor Tuesday, when incumbent Tony Cole won re-election during the runoff.
Cole, a Democrat, won the mayoral race with 113 votes, or 63.84 percent of the vote. Larry Hodge, an Independent, trailed with 64 votes, or 36.16 percent.
The runoff election between Cole and Hodge was set after neither received enough votes to win the general election Nov. 6. During the general election, 173 total votes were cast in the Huttig mayoral race; Cole received 67 votes, while Hodge received 54 votes and David Lee, who also ran as an Independent, received 52 votes.
Election Commissioner Kermit Parks said they will certify results on Dec. 10 and make them official at 9 a.m.