With 100 precincts reporting in the city, the top two candidates with the most votes are incumbent Jack Longino, who has received 25 percent of the votes while challenger Bianca Broom has received 35 percent of the votes.
A runoff election will occur on Dec. 3.
Meanwhile in South Fulton, the incumbent, Catherine Foster Rowell retained her seat in City Council One. Corey Alan Reeves beat Clyde Eugene Sampson, II, Duane L. McClain, and incumbent Rosie Jackson for the District Five seat. Incumbent Mark Baker retained his City Council Seven seat.
Voters also approved ballot measures regarding tax allocation districts and creating a homestead exemption for residents.
In East Point, Lance Robertson, incumbents Thomas Calloway, Myron Cook, and Stephanie Gordon won their city council races.
Henry County voters approved a fifth SPLOST agreement that would raise about $204 million over five years for infrastructure, parks, municipal buildings, public safety equipment and repayment of debt.
Henry residents also rejected moving Henry County courts and other administrative offices.