Cagle re-elected Pikeville Mayor

Pikeville Mayor Philip “Winki” Cagle was re-elected to his position Saturday, December 7, receiving 219 votes to challenger JoAnn Britt’s 126 votes. 

For City Aldermen, the top four vote-getters were incumbents Jane Humble, Dale Wheeler, and Senia Anderson followed by newcomer Jeania Lansing. Challenger Suzanne Schoolfield Sapp did not receive enough votes to be elected.

Elected officials will take office on January 1, per the Pikeville Municipal Charter.

For more, see the December 12 issue of The Bledsonian-Banner. Vote counts are below.

Vote counts for the December 7, 2019 City of Pikeville General Election are as follows. City candidates do not declare parties in their elections. Bolded text denotes the winner, italic text denotes incumbent candidates. These results have not yet been certified.

CITY OF PIKEVILLE GENERAL ELECTION

CITY MAYOR

JoAnn Britt, 126

Philip “Winki” Cagle, 219

CITY ALDERMEN

Senia Anderson, 218

Jane Humble,  251

Jeania Lansing, 182

Suzanne Schoolfield Sapp, 172

Dale Wheeler, 241

1 Comment

  1. Tammy Cranfill on December 8, 2019 at 8:47 am

    Not what I wanted to see. Miss Joann and Miss Suzanne I have a feeling voters will regret that you were not elected. Idk why some people don’t open their eyes wider today so I can say voters rethink it. What has CAGLE done for you??? Just my opinion for me I think NOT 1 thing.

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