Incumbent Doug Pons will be joined by newcomer Ted Maslin after Tuesday’s election for Williamsburg City Council.
Neither race was contested, and only 818 voters cast ballots, according to the Virginia Department of Elections.
Pons, a former member of the Williamsburg Planning Commission who was first elected to City Council in 2010, received 365 votes, or 44 percent of those cast.
Ted Maslin, a project manager for Riverside Health System, received 345 votes, or 42 percent.
There also were 109 write-in votes cast.