In total, 13,591 people voted in the Roswell mayoral election.
Not qualifying for the runoff were councilman Donald J. Horton and Roswell resident Michael Litten. Horton finished with 27 percent of the vote, while Litten — whose lawsuit against Wood led a judge to rule the current mayor had violated term limits — grabbed just five percent of the vote.
Henry served on the city council from 2001 to 2009, and unsuccessfully ran for mayor in 2009, and for the Fulton County Commission in 2010. She was re-elected to the council in April of this year, filling the seat left open after the resignation of Kent Ingleheart. She is a graduate of Ohio State University and owns a small business.
"It was an exciting night and my heartfelt thanks to Roswell's voters, my family, supporters, and volunteers for getting out the vote for me in such a strong way," Henry posted on her Facebook page. "I am grateful to be able to continue meeting all of you and talking about the issues that are important to you and your families."
"I'm proud of the work that my campaign has done," Jenkins posted on his Facebook page. "I'm also grateful to all of my incredible supporters. I look forward to the run-off and continuing to run a positive campaign."
In Roswell’s other council races, Marie Willsey won the Post 4 seat outright, claiming 57 percent of the vote, topping Meg McClanahan and Andrew Leonardi. Matthew Tyser defeated challenger Keith Goeke for the Post 5 seat, claiming 55 percent of the vote.