City and CRD municipal results

The City and CRD released municipal election results.

  • Nov. 18, 2014 12:00 p.m.

The City of Quesnel’s Chief Electoral Officer has released the official results of the November 15, 2014 Local Government Election. The final results, in order of highest votes received, are:

Mayor one elected:

Bob Simpson, 2,128

Mary Sjostrom, 884

Councillor: Six elected

Ed Coleman, 1,979

Scott Elliott, 1,830

Ron Paull ,1,723

John Brisco, 1,577

Sushil Thapar, 1,539

Laurey-Anne Roodenburg,1,435

Ernest Gamache,1,342

Kyle Jones, 1,140

Shawna Siemens, 980

November 15, 2014 there were a total of 3,020 ballots cast, compared to 2,858 in 2011.

 

 

 

CRD results:

ELECTORAL AREA ‘A’

Ted Armstrong – 241

Cory Delves – 174

Susan MacNeill – 220

 

ELECTORAL AREA ‘B’

Jerry Bruce – 264

Heloise Dixon-Warren – 151

 

ELECTORAL AREA ‘D’

Penny Daffurn – 96

Steve Forseth – 138

Blaine Wiggins – 121

 

ELECTORAL AREA ‘E’

Byron Kemp – 324

Phyllis Webstad – 141

 

ELECTORAL AREA ‘I’

Dylan Cash – 111

Jim Glassford – 101

 

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