The Mayor casts her vote at the polls Tuesday. Photo by Paul Volunteer.
"Mini Moose ran a great campaign," the Mayor said. "I tip my hat to her, but I'm relieved the great people of Mooseville trust me with another term."
Mini Moose lead the polls early in the day, but as more voters cast their vote, the tides slowly turned in the Mayor's favor.
Once all the ballots had been counted, the Mayor wound up with 71% of the vote, with Mini Moose only garnering 29%.
Though Mini Moose ran a respectable, and tight-lipped, campaign it wasn't enough to upset the incumbent. In the end, Mini Moose gave a nod as her concession speech and then returned to the privacy of her hotel room.
"I know there are Mini Moose supporters who are a bit disgruntled right now," the Mayor said. "One of my priorities is to build up those relationships. We've got to work across the aisle for the good of Mooseville."
When asked about her plans for working across the aisle during her next term, the Mayor was reluctant to discuss.
"Right now I'm going to celebrate with my friends, family, and supporters. Ask me about that after I've had a drink."