LIVE BLOG: Full election results for 100 Mile House

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Clarification: Roughly 257 votes were intentionally not used in the election for the 100 Mile House council, meaning voters selected fewer than the the maximum allowed spots (4) for councillor candidates. These ballots were still counted.

Update (11:30 p.m.): Full preliminary ballots are (these are not official):

Mayor:

Mitch Campsall – 410

Rita Giesbrecht – 180

Glen MacDonald – 17

Council:

Maureen Pinkney – 436

Dave Mingo – 381

Ralph Fossum – 290

Chris Pettman – 272

Nicole Weir – 251

Wally Bremsleven – 249

Leon Cretien – 129

Laura Laing – 110

Cameron McSorley – 52

Roughly 257 votes were intentionally not used due to voters not exercising their right in choosing the maximum spots (4) for councillor candidates. In addition, four of the ballots were void and two were not counted due to the voters picking five councillors instead of four.

Update (9:54): They just finished counting the advanced ballots and the top six for councillors are: Maureen Pinkney – 125, Dave Mingo – 96, Ralph Fossum – 88, Wally Bramsleven – 83, Chris Pettman – 67, Nicole Weir – 66.

Update (9:30): Mitch Campsall is in the lead with 412 votes. Rita Giesbrecht received 180 and Glen MacDonald received only 17. These are just the preliminary votes and no one has been declared the winner yet.

Update (9:10): Ballots are still being counted.

Original Story: The civic election polls are now closed.

100 Mile Free Press is out, bringing you full live coverage on our website, Facebook and Twitter.

8 p.m. – Polls now closed

MUNICIPAL ELECTION 2018 RESULTS
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