As of 9:45 p.m., Nirenberg had 63.5% of the vote to Brockhouse's 30.8%. Brockhouse conceded roughly an hour after polls closed.Things were drastically different this election cycle due to the pandemic, which limited door-to-door campaigning and gave Nirenberg a near-constant media presence. The mayor appeared to be a steady hand on the tiller during the crisis, racking up solid approval numbers as he headed into the election.
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