LUBBOCK, Texas — In the May 7 race for Lubbock Mayor, after final unofficial results, Tray Payne won 67.67 percent of the vote over four other candidates. He wins the race and avoids the need for a June 11 runoff.

Tray Payne (left), Mark Adams (middle) and Marc McDougal (right) at Newk’s on election night, May 7, 2022 (Nexstar/Staff)

The other big race to watch was Lubbock City Council District 5. Challenger Jennifer Wilson led incumbent Randy Christian by 53.32 percent to 13.36 percent (with other candidates splitting the rest). She also wins by enough to avoid a runoff.

Below are results from around Lubbock and Lubbock County. Also below are video players to see Payne, Wilson and Christy Martinez-Garcia.

From May 7, 2022 Cities and Schools General and Special Elections Unofficial Results

Frenship ISD and Lubbock-Cooper ISD did not have school board candidates on the ballot. In Lubbock City Council District 3, Mark McBrayer did not have an opponent.

Watch Mayor-Elect Tray Payne during the KAMC News at 10

Watch Dr. Jennifer Wilson, elected to Lubbock City Council District 5, during the KAMC News at 10

Christy Martinez-Garcia, elected to City Council District 1, during the KLBK News at 10

Watch Mayor-Elect Tray Payne during the KLBK News at 10