From Staff Reports
While casting their ballots on Tuesday, Nov. 6, for U.S. Congressional representatives and governor, Town of Erwin and Town of Unicoi voters also cast their ballots for seats on their respective town boards.
Erwin voters voted for three open seats on the Erwin Board of Mayor and Aldermen. According to unofficial results from the Unicoi County Election Commission, winning those three seats were: Mark Lafever with 1,279 votes; Michael Baker with 892 votes; and Gary Chandler with 864 votes.
Also running in Erwin were: Virgil Moore with 630 votes; Stephen Wilson with 497 votes; and Timothy Shelton with 461 votes.
Unicoi voters cast their ballots for two open seats on the Town of Unicoi Board of Mayor and Aldermen. According to unofficial results from the Unicoi County Election Commission, winning those two seats were: Kathy Bullen with 577 votes and Wanda Wilson-Radford with 534 votes.
Also running in Unicoi were: Roger Cooper with 486 votes; Charlene Thomas with 470 votes; and Debbie Bennett with 369 votes.
All results are unofficial until certified by the Unicoi County Election Commission. Approximately 60 percent of Unicoi County voters cast ballots in this election.
For a full story of the Nov. 6 election, pick up a copy of the Nov. 14 issue of The Erwin Record.