After yesterday’s election, Bend will have an almost entirely new City Council.

Voters there overwhelmingly elected Justin Livingston and Bill Moseley to the council. Moseley unseated incumbent Douglas Knight.

With 58% of the vote,  incumbent Sally Russell beat Wade Fagen, who has now made multiple attempts to get on the council.

And Bruce Abernethy won his uncontested race.

The new council will choose Bend’s next mayor from among their ranks.

The newly elected council members will serve four-year terms and face several challenging issues in the short-term, including creating more affordable housing in Bend and developing a growth plan for the city. The new council will choose Bend’s next mayor from among their ranks.