Danny K. Tabor pulled away with a win in the mayor’s race Tuesday claiming 43 percent of the vote.

He beat out runner-up James Butts, who was able to garner 31 percent. Councilwoman Judy Dunlap came in a distant third with 15 percent of the votes cast.

Aboput 20,000 of the 50,000 registered voters participated in the race, putting Tabor back in the mayor’s seat after the two-month term he was already serving as a result of a special election in September.