Mayor Gary Fields was unopposed and received 109 votes. Recorder Ellen Hopkins was also unopposed and had 126 votes.
Of the 479 registered voters in Pratt, 165 participated in Tuesday's election for a turnout of 34.45 percent.
Mayor Bob Ore was unseated by Clendenin voters, finishing third in a three-way race for that office. Ore only received 58 votes.
Gary Bledsoe won the mayoral race with 100 votes, and Robert Evans had 83 votes to place second.
For recorder, incumbent David Ross won the election with 127 votes. Cathy Deel had 105 votes.
While four of the five town council seats were filled, the final seat has not been settled after William Ore and Sidney Oliver tied with 119 votes each. Ross said that two provisional ballots will be reviewed by the Kanawha County Voter Registration Office, and if that doesn't break the tie, the Clendenin town council will decide.
The other town council seats will be filled by Mike Stout, who received 165 votes; Kenneth Payne, who had 141 votes; Ron Deel, who had 140 votes; and John Shelton, Jr., who received 132 votes.
Martha Mitchell also ran for town council and had 95 votes.
Like voters in Pratt, Clendenin voters also rejected a referendum to increase the length of municipal office terms from two years to four years. The measure failed 148-77.
Ross said that he thinks the measure didn't pass because voters wanted to have more chances to decide whether or not to keep officials in office.
"I think people are concerned," he said. "People want to have a little more control over how long people stay in office if they're dissatisfied."
Of the 848 registered voters in Clendenin, 232 cast ballots for a turnout of 27.4 percent.
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