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BLUEFIELD (WVVA) - New faces will be taking over reins of leadership in the City of Bluefield after all incumbents were swept in Tuesday's municipal elections.

Current Mayor Linda Whalen, nor board members Mary Frances Brammer and Pete Sternloff received enough votes to remain on the city's Board of Directors.

In Princeton, two incumbents attained re-election, Marshall Lytton in Ward 2 and Tim Ealy in Ward 4.

Following are the unofficial returns from the municipal elections in both cities.

 

BLUEFIELD BOARD OF DIRECTORS

District 1:
  • Barbara Thompson Smith 87
  • (I) Mary Frances Brammer 69
  • Rev. Garry Moore 63
District 2:
  • Ellen Peters Light 149
  • Steven Coleman 132
  • (I) Linda Whalen 120

District 3:
  • Michael Gibson 287
  • David Smith 81

At Large (2 winners):
  • Tom Cole 695
  • Chuck McGonagle 601
  • (I) Pete Sternloff 221
  • Willie Hunt 218
  • Richard Lee Dillon 82

PRINCETON CITY COUNCIL:

Ward 1:

  •  Jacqueline Rucker 59
  • (I) Shawn Vest 41

 

Ward 2:

  • (I) Marshall Lytton 112
  • Ryan Blankenship 70

Ward 3:

  •  Jim Harvey 44
  • (I) Chris Stanley 19

Ward 4:

  •  (I) Tim Ealy 41
  • Andrea Washington 21

 

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