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Mansfield re-elected; Koontz wins Hartfield supervisor seat 

Two of five seats on the Middlesex County Board of Supervisors were contested in the Tuesday, November 7 election.

In the Saluda District supervisor race, Peter W. “Pete” Mansfield of Saluda won a third term by defeating challenger Marcia S. Jones of Saluda. Mansfield carried both Urbanna and Saluda precincts and totaled 551 votes (62%) compared to 334 votes (38%) for Jones.

In the race for Hartfield District supervisor, incumbent challenger John B. Koontz of Hartfield edged incumbent Robert L. “Bob” LeBoeuf of Hartfield by 31 votes. Koontz collected 478 votes (51.5%) compared to 447 votes (48.1%) for LeBoeuf, who was seeking a second term on the board.

In uncontested races for two of five Middlesex County School Board seats, incumbent Richard J. Shores was re-elected to represent Saluda District with 777 votes (99%), and Hartfield District incumbent James (Jim) Goforth won another term with 821 votes (98%).

All of the above terms are for 4 years.

Read the rest of this story in this week’s Southside Sentinel at newsstands throughout the county, or sign up here to receive a print and/or electronic pdf subscription.

posted 11.08.2017

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