Faoa and Lolo finished in what amounts to a tie, separated by less than 60 votes out of 13,054 votes cast. Lolo ended up slightly ahead with 4,372 votes (33.5%) compared to Faoa with 4,315 votes (33.1%).
But there were also 4,367 voters (33.4%) who chose a different candidate on November 6.
To win on November 20, Faoa or Lolo will have to persuade a majority of those 4,367 voters to support their respective candidacies. Whichever candidate manages that feat will lead the territory for the next four years.