LIVE BLOG: Full election results for Quesnel

LIVE BLOG: Full election results for Quesnel

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UNOFFICIAL CITY OF QUESNEL ELECTION RESULTS, 8:40 p.m.:

Scott Elliott 1,417

Mitch Vik 1,230

Ron Paull 1,111

Laurey-Anne Roodenburg 1,101

Martin Runge 894

Tony Goulet 888

Susan MacNeill 706

Tammy Burrows 626

Fritz Wyssen 542

Lindsay Woods 419

Kyle Townsend 400

Public Works Referendum

Yes – 1,393 (76.2% of vote)

No – 435 (23.8% of vote)

8:23 p.m. – Preliminary results are in from Dragon Lake Elementary School

Scott Elliott – 283

Laurey Anne Roodenburg – 238

Ron Paull – 230

Mitch Vik – 226

Martin Runge – 195

Tony Goulet – 177

Susan MacNeill – 134

Tammy Burrows – 111

Fritz Wyssen – 88

Lindsay Woods – 87

Kyle Townsend – 75

REFERENDUM

Yes – 273

No – 87

8:20 p.m. – Preliminary results are in from one polling station in Quesnel – City Hall

Scott Elliott – 455

Mitch Vik – 413

Laurey-Anne Roondenburg – 355

Ron Paull – 352

Martin Runge – 289

Tony Goulet – 270

Susan MacNeill -244

Tammy Burrows – 198

Fritz Wyssen – 185

Kyle Townsend – 150

Lindsay Woods – 131

REFERENDUM

Yes – 458

No – 137

8 p.m. – Polls now closed

The civic election polls are now closed.

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