Could Saturday’s election be a sign of better days to come for the town of Richwood? With 402 votes counted, recalled mayor, Steve Hunter, reclaimed his seat against interim mayor Simeon Profit. But will the results help convince the people to move forward? Voter, Neomia Taylor says, "My decision is to try a brand new person, besides Hunter, Harris, try anybody but them." Voter, Lastarsky Taylor, says, "That proves he needs to be in office. If they put him back in. That means they got the right man for the job." Voter, George Davenport says, "The guy was doing a good job why have a recall and they by getting a recall they pt t him out. Then put him back in." Mayor Steve Hunter says, "When you think about the recall was it really actually really the voice of the people?" Hunter says the conspiracy to put Simeon Profit in office on an interim basis had the backing of his predecessor Ed Harris. Now that the voters have spoken he hopes the controversy will cease. Hunter says, " I hope they do and that is respect the will of the people because the people spoke. Theyre the ones who voted. I didnt go in the polls with them to get them to vote." Simeon Profit says, "Im pleased because the people said who they wanted to lead this community." Profit, who led Richwood for the past six months, says it will be a smooth transition from him back to Hunter. Profit says, "There are some really good people in the town of Richwood a hand few that makes a lot of noise, but at the same time, those few we need to all come together so that we can make this city move forward."