Vic Ingram wins Tunstall seat

PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, Va. – Vic Ingram won a three-way race for the Tunstall seat on the Pittsylvania County Supervisors Tuesday, beating Tim Barber and Doc Kelly. Ingram received 1,217 votes (48%), with Barber getting 1,075, or 42%. Doc Kelly placed a distant third with 218 votes.

In the Westover District, incumbent Ronald Scearce was returned for another term, defeating Jacqueline Menefee. Scearce received 70% of the more than 2,400 votes cast.

Robin Coles Goard won a two-way contest for Commissioner of Revenue, beating Kristen Worsham, 59-40%.

Shirley Barksdale-Hill and Jeffrey Bowling were elected to the Hurt Town Council.

Sam Burton beat Lyndsey Dotterer for the Chatham-Blairs School Board seat, 59-40%, while Kevin Mills defeated incumbent Todd Sanders for the Westover School Board seat.