LINCOLN -- The top vote getting City Council candidate in Lincoln's Primary Election is a good listener. Lincoln audiologist Roy Christensen listened to a lot of potential voters during his campaign, putting him 189 votes ahead of Meg Mikolajczyk, after all the votes were counted. Leiron Gaylor-Baird received the 3rd most votes ahead of Mark Whitehead, Trent Fellers and in sixth place, incumbent council member, Gene Carroll, who received 1,700 fewer votes than Christensen. It was a close race. Only 600 votes separate the top four candidates. Christensen, Mikolajczyk, Gaylor-Baird, Whitehead, Fellers and Carroll advance to the May 7th General Election. Also advancing uncontested from the primary are an Nicholas Cusick running for an open spot on the Lincoln Airport Authority and four incumbents running in Districts 1, 3, 5 and 7 on the Lincoln School Board. Out of 161,000 registered voters in Lincoln, just over 21,000 took the time to vote in Lincoln's Primary Election. That's a vote turnout of just over 13%, the high end of Lancaster County Election Commissioner, Dave Shively's prediction. At a cost to taxpayers of about $130,000, each vote in yesterday's primary cost just over $6.