In McKenzie’s city election, Mayor Jill Holland, who had no opposition, had 879 votes.
In Ward II, incumbent Jason Martin, received 149 votes. Newcomers Brian Winston, who ran in Ward III, and Bobby Young, who won in Ward V, were elected with 164 and 241 votes, respectively. Gene Hale, who previously represented Ward V, and Cassie Allen, who was in the Ward III position, did not rerun.
In Trezevant’s town election, Pam Joyner received 176 votes for alderman and certified write-in alderman candidate Eddie Granger received six votes. Bobby Blaylock, Jr. was a write-in candidate, but had not qualified. No one qualified for the other three positions on the board nor for the mayor’s position.
No one was available at the Election Commission office on Wednesday to ask how this would be handled and the City Hall at Trezevant was closed as well.
In McLemoresville’s election, incumbent Mayor Phil Williams received 176 votes. Five aldermen in McLemoresville were elected. They included incumbents Angie Martin with 160 votes, Don T. Reed with 142 votes and Melanie Laman English with 117 and newcomers Lana Y. Suite with 128 votes, and Shirley A. Carroll with 122 votes. Not elected were Corinne Blow Massey with 111 votes and certified write-in candidate Celena Shaw who received 49 votes. Aldermen Barbara Younger and Mike Presson did not rerun.
In Atwood, James R. Halford was re-elected mayor with 78 votes. Alderman incumbents Jim Lewis and L.N. McNabb, Jr. received 69 and 75 votes respectively.
Huntingdon residents voted 863-546 to allow liquor stores in Huntingdon.