Mike Wall has won a Windsor Town Council seat in a special election held this month, defeating Stephanie Ahmad and Evan Kubota.

The election has yet to be certified, but the county’s most recent results show Wall winning with 58.57 percent of the vote, or 3,724 votes. Ahmad came in second with 38.99 percent, or 2,479 votes.

The April 12 special election was necessary due to the resignation of former Windsor Mayor Dominic Foppoli, who stepped down after multiple women came forward against him with allegations of sexual assault. Councilmember Sam Salmon was appointed mayor in his place.

Wall positioned himself as a proponent of affordable housing and in opposition to developing a resort on the Town Green, Windsor’s central hub and prime attraction. Wall referred to the Green’s “small town charm” and “family-friendly culture” in his campaign literature.

Wall is an associate principal at a health care services company. He is married with two children.

Katy St. Clair got her start in journalism by working in the classifieds department at the East Bay Express during the height of alt weeklies, then sweet talked her way into becoming staff writer, submissions editor, and music editor. She has been a columnist in the East Bay Express, SF Weekly, and the San Francisco Examiner. Starting in 2015, she begrudgingly scaled the inverted pyramid at dailies such as the Vallejo Times-Herald, The Vacaville Reporter, and the Daily Republic. She has her own independent news site and blog that covers the delightfully dysfunctional town of Vallejo, California, where she also collaborates with the investigative team at Open Vallejo. A passionate advocate for people with developmental disabilities, she serves on both the Board of the Arc of Solano and the Arc of California. She lives in Vallejo.