Election 2014: Unofficial election results

Vicki Gee takes over as rural director from Bill Baird and Greenwood gets a new mayor.

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Unofficial results from Saturday night’s local government elections are:

Midway – 42 per cent voter turnout

Richard Dunsdon                  167  elected

Darrin Metcalf                       148  elected

Gary Schierbeck                    139  elected

Marguerite Rotvold               126  elected

Martin Fromme                     114

Earl Lehmann                                      71

 

Greenwood – 70 per cent voter turnout

Mayor

Ed Smith                    159  elected

Nipper Kettle             142

Barry Noll                     75

 

Council

Nola Tutti                   290  elected

Lee Cudworth            239  elected

Colleen Lang              214  elected

Darla Ashton              213  elected

Christopher Yates     210

 

Region District Area E Director

Vicki Gee                     245  elected

Bill Baird                    209

Bill Bosovich               171

 

Source: civicinfo.bc.ca

 

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