The Frisco city council seat that garnered nine candidates is headed to a runoff.
At 8:49 p.m. Saturday, the city sent out the results of the City Council Place 1 race. John Keating and Brandon Burden will face a runoff on March 25. The results of the vote were:
John Keating had 2,099 votes and 45.72% of the vote.
Brandon Burden captured 816 votes and 18.57% of the vote.
K.D. Warrach garnered 495 votes and 11.27% of the vote.
Stanley Wang received 364 votes and 8.28% of the vote.
Henry A. (Hal) Thomas had 172 votes and 3.91% of the vote.
Stacy Plummer earned 157 votes and 3.57% of the vote.
Dan Stricklin had 161 votes and 3.66% of the vote.
Damon Vinci captured 117 votes and 2.66% of the vote.
John Redmon garnered 103 votes and 2.34% of the vote.
The council seat opened when Councilman Bob Allen decided to run for Frisco mayor in May. The winner will only hold the seat until May 2018, when Allen's term was scheduled to expire.
The city said there are 88,745 voters registered in the council district. Only 4,394 ballots were cast, that's a voter turnout of 4.95 percent.