Ildefonsas Petkevicius, an independent candidate, and Stasys Jokubauskas, representing the Social Democratic Party of Lithuania, have gotten into the mayoral election runoff in Lithuania's western city of Kelme, according to the final results announced by the country's Central Electoral Commission on Sunday.
Petkevicius received 36.4 percent of votes, and 17.56 percent of voters voted for Jokubauskas.
The runoff will take place on October 24.
Sunday's voter turnout stood at 34.24 percent.
Kelme is electing its new mayor after the previous one, Vaclovas Andrulis, lost its mandate in June after he was found guilty in a corruption case.