Webster Parish Elections Update
Written by Mark Chreene on November 8, 2022
There were a number of races on the ballot Tuesday in the Primary Election in Webster Parish.
For the City of Minden, Nick Cox was elected as Mayor of Minden with 53% of the vote with Terika Walker coming in second with 38% of the vote.
Jared McIver is the new Chief of Police, defeating Larry Morris, Jr. with 56% of the vote.
3 of the 5 City Council seats were decided Tuesday night with Levon “Charlie” Thomas defeating Joey Frye and Damien Kemp with just over 50% of the votes cast, while Michael Roy won re-election with 53% of the vote in District D. Andy Pendergrass was elected as the District E Councilman, with 66% of the votes cast.
Districts A and C are headed to runoffs with incumbent Wayne Edwards and Carlton “Buddy” Miles in District A and Vincen “Cheese” Bradford and Latasha Anderson Mitchell in District C.
There were also several School Board seats contested on Tuesday.
District 2–Debbie W. Thomas defeated Terrell Mendenhall with 61% of the vote.
District 4–Jonathan “Goose” Guthrie defeated incumbent Jeri “JJ O’Neal with 64% of the vote.
District 6–Jana Watson defeated incumbent Fed Evans with 63% of the vote.
District 8–Incumbent Glenda Broughton wins re-election over Phillip Smart with 64% of the vote.
For a complete rundown of all Webster Parish races click, here.