The unofficial results are in from Tuesday's preliminary elections deciding the top candidates for mayor in Attleboro and Fall River — and the incumbents easily took the top spots in both.

Fall River Mayor Paul Coogan earned 3,893 votes, or 63% of the 6,220 ballots cast, while City Council President and former acting mayor Cliffe Ponte took 2,118 votes, or 34%.

The two will face off for the mayor's seat on Nov. 2.

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Other candidates now out of the running are Jonathan James Albernaz, who earned 133 votes, and Michael Vandal, who took 50.

Meanwhile in Attleboro, Mayor Paul Heroux got 66% of the 3,148 ballots cast, with 2,072 votes.

He'll be up against challenger Todd McGhee — who earned 811, or 26% of the votes — in November.

Runner up James Poore received 8% with 261 votes.

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