WKU instructor Hill reelected to city commission with more than half of votes cast

Tessa Duvall

City Commissioner and WKU instructor Melinda Hill was overwhelmingly reelected to her seat on the Bowling Green City Commission in a special election that took place today.

Hill received 4,352 votes for a total of 55.1 percent of the votes cast.

Robin Baldwin came in second with 1,299 votes for a total of 16.4 percent of the vote.

Grant McCullum received 875 votes, Mark Bradford received 691 and Bill Goodwin finished with 8.6 percent of votes cast.

Hill was appointed to the city commission earlier this year after a seat was vacated when Joe Denning was appointed to serve as mayor. Former mayor Elaine Walker resigned and went on to become Secretary of State.