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Preliminary School District 28 trustee results are in

Roland Sawatsky defeated in unofficial results, with seven remaining candidates elected

School District 28’s preliminary trustee results are in, with Roland Sawatsky defeated.

Newcomer Cyril Tobin received the highest number of votes, with 2,182.

Six incumbents were elected to the school board, including Tony Goulet (2,080), Gloria Jackson (2,034), Julie-Anne Runge (1,996), Howie Schonke (1,760), Wendy Clement (1,676), and David Chapman (1,598).

Sawatsky came in with 1,447 votes.

Goulet was also elected to Quesnel City Council in the preliminary results earlier this evening.

Official school trustee results will be announced before 4 p.m. Oct. 22, 2018.

READ MORE: Quesnel’s newly elected councillors react to unofficial results



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