Section 2-3-1  Primary Election
   A.   There will be two elections, one for mayor and another for the six council positions, in the primary election:
      1.   For the election for the mayor, any candidate who shall receive at the primary election a majority of all the valid votes cast for that office shall be declared to be elected to the office of mayor effective as of the date of the general election, and no further election shall be held. If no candidate receives a majority of the valid number of votes cast, then the two candidates receiving the highest number of qualified votes will proceed into the general election.
      2.   For the election of the six councilmember positions, if any (but up to six) of the candidates running for this position shall receive at the primary election a majority of the valid votes cast for this position, they shall be deemed elected. The number of council seats remaining after the primary election for which a candidate(s) did not receive a majority of all valid votes cast for that position(s), if any, will have a runoff election to determine which candidate will fill the remaining positions on council.
   B.   If more candidates for either election receive a majority of the valid votes cast than the number of offices to be filled, then those equal in number to the offices to be filled receiving the highest number of qualified votes shall be declared elected.
   C.   No person may simultaneously run in the Primary Election in both the election for mayor and in the election for one of the six council positions.