Matt Dorsey appears to have kept his seat to represent District 6 on the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, according to unofficial results from Tuesday’s election.

As of Wednesday morning, Dorsey had secured about 58 percent of the vote after rounds of ranked-choice voting that eliminated competitors Cherelle Jackson and Billie Cooper. He garnered about 55 percent of first-choice votes.

Facing Dorsey was candidate Honey Mahogany, who received about 42 percent of ranked-choice votes and 39 percent of raw votes.

Mayor London Breed appointed Dorsey to fill a vacancy for the District 6 seat in May after Matt Haney was elected to the state Assembly. Dorsey previously worked for the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office and as communications director for the San Francisco Police Department.

Dorsey was endorsed by Breed, Sen. Scott Wiener, State Treasurer Fiona Ma and the Nor Cal Carpenters Union.

Mahogany works as a social worker and formerly served as chief of staff to Haney.

She was endorsed by Haney, Supervisors Shamman Walton and Myrna Melgar and BART Director Janice Li.