While Mr. Campbell's total vote and percentage share were down on 2017 he increased his majority polling 15,765 (40.1%) of the total ballots.
His majority was 9,607 yesterday, compared with 8,842 two years ago.
The Deputy Mayor of Derry City & Strabane District Council Cara Hunter who contested the seat for the SDLP improved on the party's performance in 2017 and came second to Mr. Campbell polling 6,158 (15.7%).
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Sinn Féin's Dermot Nicholl came third with 6,128 (15.6%).
Chris McCaw of Alliance won 5,921 (15.1%); Richard Holmes of the UUP won 3,599 votes (9.2%); and Sean McNicholl of Aontú won 1,731 (4.4%).
Of a total electorate of 69,246 just 39,495 (57.04%) turned out, down on 2017. There were 193 invalid votes leaving a valid poll of 39,302.