Familiar Face Seeking Election as Tyler Clerk
MIDDLEBOURNE – Neil Archer II is a Republican candidate for Tyler County Clerk in the May 10 primary election.
Archer of Middlebourne is a lifelong resident of Tyler County.
“I think it is a nice well-knit community where is everyone is close,” he said.
A 1982 graduate of Tyler County High School, Archer is a familiar face at Witschey’s Market in Middlebourne where he has worked for more than 26 years. As the store’s assistant manager, Archer is responsible for 30 employees who work for a store that is open 365 days a year.
Archer said he has always wanted to run for county clerk.
“It’s been something I wanted to do for years, so I finally decided it was time to do it and serve the people of Tyler County,” he said.
If elected, Archer said, he will try to manage the county clerk’s office “as efficiently as possible so as to provide service to the people of Tyler County.”
Archer said people should consider voting for him because he is “honest and trustworthy” and that he hopes to do “a great job in office.”
Archer is a member of many organizations including Middlebourne Masonic Lodge #34 AF&AM, Wheeling Scottish Rite, Nemesis Shrine Parkersburg, and the Tyler County Shrine Club, where he serves as president.