LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - The Little Rock mayoral race has been a heated, close race that we've been following for months. On Election Day, Nov. 6, a runoff between candidates Baker Kurrus and Frank Scott Jr. was announced.

Kurrus ended the day with 29 percent of the votes, Scott with 37 percent and Warwick Sabin with 28 percent. Sabin conceded that night, leaving Kurrus and Scott with the runoff.

Since then, the two have been heavily campaigning. Now, it's runoff Election Day and we're live blogging with the latest.

For either to win, they have to have at least 40 percent of the votes.

Both candidates participated in our Little Rock, Big Choice Mayoral Forum in September. To watch, click here, to read notable moments, click here.

To read our live blog from Election Day, including details from the mayoral race, click here.

Jacksonville mayoral race:

Rep. Bob Johson won the Jacksonville mayoral race with 69 percent of the votes. His opponent, Patrick Thomas, has 30 percent.

LIVE BLOG:

9:41 p.m. - All 86 precincts have been counted. Final totals are 58 percent of the votes for Frank Scott Jr. and 41 percent for Baker Kurrus.

9:13 p.m. - Scott Jr. gives victory speech.

8:28 p.m. - Baker Kurrus concedes.

8:11 p.m. - Baker Kurrus arrives at his watch party.

7:56 p.m. - Absentee ballots have been added, leaving Scott Jr. with 65 percent and Kurrus with 34 percent of the votes.

7:40 p.m. - Early voting numbers are released, showing Frank Scott Jr. in the lead with 66 percent of the votes, followed by Kurrus with 34 percent.

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7:30 p.m. - Polls close across the state as candidates prepare for the release of early voting numbers.

4:41 p.m. - THV11's Stephanie Esquivel said Kurrus has been campaigning since this morning. She said his first order of business is "fixing the city budget."

I had a chance to speak to .@BakerKurrus about the goals he wants to accomplish if he becomes mayor. He tells me his first order of business is “fixing the city budget” .@THV11 pic.twitter.com/dZfrfX9CgR — Stephanie Esquivel (@S_ESQUIVEL_TV) December 4, 2018

4:30 p.m. - THV11's David Lippman is following Frank Scott Jr.'s campaign and party. He announced that Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) has endorsed Scott.