Greenbrier County unofficial elections results are in; Pendleton and Glover to serve as mayors

By RealWV Staff,

RAINELLE: W.Va. – Andy Pendleton, Rainelle’s former longtime mayor, has been elected to serve yet another term as the town’s chief administrator. 

“I’m thrilled that I was accepted again, and happy that I’m able to go back to my position as mayor,” Pendleton told RealWV, shortly after the votes were counted. Unofficial results showed Pendleton received 140 votes against incumbent Robin Williams’ 60 votes.

“The whole team has worked really hard,” Pendleton added. “We had the right people with a positive attitude. I’m just overwhelmed. I’m thrilled and honored that I’m able to do this, and I pray that God will help us move forward in a positive way.”

In other Rainelle municipal elections, Bill Bell was elected as the town’s recorder, while Tiffany Crowe, Gary Harris, Amanda Sue Hunter, David Spencer, and Martha Levisy were elected to town council positions. 

Additional Greenbrier County unofficial election results (winners listed):

CITY OF LEWISBURG:

Mayor: Beverly White – 131 votes

Council: Sarah Elkins – 128 votes

Council: John Little – 126 votes

Levy: 135 votes for / 7 votes against

TOWN OF ALDERSON:

Mayor: Travis Copenhaver – 81 votes

Recorder: Betty Thomas – 85 votes

Council: Larry Reinhold – 86 votes

Council: Ruthie Allen – 85 votes

Council: Doris Kasley – 84 votes

Council: Ann Eskins – 85 votes

Council: Charley Lobban – 85 votes

CITY OF WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS:

Mayor: Kathy Glover – 219 votes

Recorder: Mark Gillespie – 216 votes

Council: George “GP” Parker – 235 votes

Council: Audrey Burns Vanburen – 227 votes

Council: Ryan Lockhart – 206 votes

Council: Thomas Taylor – 182 votes

Council: Ted Humphreys – 180 votes

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