A millennial newcomer to Lynchburg politics will join City Council in July. Beau Wright is a former White House staffer in the Obama administration, and he captured one of the three at-large seats yesterday. Lynchburg voters also returned two incumbents to new four-year terms. Vice-Mayor Trenay Tweedy was the city’s top vote-getter, and Council member Randy Nelson came in second. WLNI’s Evan Jones has the story.
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