POINT PLEASANT — Voters elected three candidates to sit on the Mason County Board of Education on Tuesday, which included one incumbent.
Tom Nunnery, who currently sits on the Board, received the most votes with 2,426. Nunnery represents District III.
Next was Paul Sayre from District I with 2,054 votes. Also coming out on top was Greg Fowler from District II with 2,049 votes.
Also receiving votes were: William Capehart with 1,536 votes; Marty Reed with 1,492 votes; Mark T. Clark with 1,469 votes; Cassi Heib with 1,191 votes; Sheena Reynolds with 1,007 votes.
Terms for the three men elected begin July 1.
In an unrelated race, Bob Baird, current GOP County Commissioner who is not seeking reelection for that seat, received 4,146 votes for the Conservation District Supervisor.
In all, there were 5,714 ballots cast in Tuesday’s Primary Election with 2,647 Republicans voting, 3,039 Democrats voting and 28 nonpartisan voters voting.