Cundiff seeks re-election to BOS Union Hall seat

Tommy Cundiff

Tommy Cundiff is seeking a second term on the Franklin County Board of Supervisors.

“I proudly want to announce I’m running for re-election for the Union Hall district,” Cundiff said. “I know I have more to offer.”

Cundiff was elected to his post in 2015. This election cycle, he will face a challenger in Smith Mountain Lake resident John Hinkell.

A lifelong resident of the Union Hall district, Cundiff was raised on a tobacco farm and graduated from Franklin County High School. He served in the Army National Guard for six years after being drafted in 1972. His civilian career has included 24 years of employment at J.P. Stevens and almost two decades in sales of farm equipment.

Cundiff said he ran for a seat on the board of supervisors because “I thought I was well qualified being that I lived in the Union Hall district my whole life, and I raised my family in the Union Hall district. I know a lot about what is going on."

-For more information, see the May 29 edition of the Smith Mountain Eagle-

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