CivicInfoBC screenshot

Preliminary results show support for Public Works Referendum

Council frontrunners: Scott Elliott, Mitch Vik, Ron Paull, Laurey-Anne Roodenburg, Martin Runge, Tony Goulet

Quesnel’s preliminary results are in.

Incumbent councillor Scott Elliott took the majority of the votes with 1,417 (15.2% of vote). Not far behind was Mitch Vik, with 1,230 votes (13.2%).

Incumbents Ron Paull and Laurey-Anne Roodenburg were next in line, Paull bringing in 1,111 votes (11.9%) and Roodenburg 1,101 (11.8%).

Martin Runge is in with 894 votes (9.6%), and Tony Goulet brought in 888 (9.5%).

The Public Works Referendum preliminary results show overwhelming approval for borrowing money for the new facility, with 76.2% (1,393) of voters saying yes, and 23.8% (435) voting no.

The tallies take into account all three voting stations in Quesnel, plus advance votes and mail-in ballots.

Preliminary vote counts indicate Susan MacNeill (7.6%), Tammy Burrows (6.7%), Fritz Wyssen (5.8%), Lindsay Woods (4.5%) and Kyle Townsend (4.3%) have been defeated in the election, although official results are not yet in.

Official election results will be announced Oct. 22, 2018 after 10 a.m.

MUNICIPAL ELECTION 2018 RESULTS
Infogram



editor@quesnelobserver.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

Just Posted

Quesnel’s Rink 2 holds the city’s first official pickleball clinic

Instructor Brooke Siver has been involved with the growing sport for six years

Quesnel Rotary Signboard undergoes transformation

The signboard was used to post signs for community events for 14 years before the change

Ranch Musings: Bruce Mack, a citizen/leader to be thankful for

David Zirnhelt celebrates the life of his friend, Bruce Mack

Quesnel gymnasts vault to provincial podium standing

Young athletes landed four medals at meets with the best in the province

Country and bluegrass festival returns to Quesnel next week

Seventeen bands will perform in the 22nd annual festival, from April 25-28

‘No answers:’ Canadians react to Sri Lanka bombings that killed hundreds

The co-ordinated bomb attacks killed at least 207 people and injured 450 more on Easter Sunday

RCMP confirm witnesses say body found at Kelowna’s Gyro Beach

Police tape is blocking part of the beach and several RCMP officers are on scene.

B.C. fire department rescues kittens

Enderby homeowner not aware kittens in wood pile near garbage pile fire that got out of hand

QUIZ: How much do you know about Easter?

Take this short quiz and put your knowledge to the test

B.C. VIEWS: NDP’s lawyer show is turning into a horror movie

Court actions pile up over pipelines, car insurance, care aides

Global Affairs warns Canadians in Sri Lanka there could be more attacks

A series of bomb blasts killed at least 207 people and injured hundreds more

Waste not: Kootenay brewery leftovers feed the local food chain

Spent grains from the Trail Beer Refinery are donated to local farmers and growers, none go to waste

Deck collapses in Langley during celebration, 35 people injured

Emergency responders rushed to the Langley home

Most Read