“I’m really proud of Norman for rejecting disinformation and negative campaigning and looking toward what is best for Norman’s future,” Rosenthal said.
With three incumbents upset in the city council race, Rosenthal will soon lead a very changed city council.
“I have worked with new council members and a lot of different council members, and I’m confident we’ll pull together,” she said.
Sherman said the campaign and election was a learning opportunity.
“She (Rosenthal) won fair and square and I wish her luck in the next three years, and hopefully we can move Norman forward in the right way,” Sherman said. “It was my first time to run for office, and I learned that you find out who your friends are because there’s so many people that come and help you. It was a fun journey. I just wish the results had been different.”