Who’s in, who’s out, following Saturday’s vote

  • Nov. 21, 2011 6:00 a.m.

Wally Cheer elected mayor of Port ClementsWally Cheer 109 votesJudy Hadley 26Also elected as councillors wereIan Gould 109Matt Gaspar 108Urs Thomas 87Kazimir Falconbridge 58Betty Stewart 50 (not elected)Queen Charlotte councilFour candidates are elected as councillors in Queen Charlotte for the next three years. They are:Leslie Johnson 203 votesKris Olsen 191Ellen Cranston, 175Greg Martin 153Three candidates were not elected. They are:James Reid 143Kim Claggett, 114Evelyn Almassy, 37Masset councilThe following four candidates are electedJason Thompson 174 votesBarry Pages 155Natanis Hageman 122Bret Johnston 116The following three candidates are not elected:Karen Church 67Lisa Edwards 64Ian Edwards 32Skeena-Queen Charlotte Regional DistrictArea D (Graham Island)Mike Racz 197 votes, electedIan Hetman 115Area E (Moresby Island)Evan Putterill 107, electedDoug Gould 61School DistrictKim Goetzinger is the new school board trustee for Skidegate, after defeating long-time board chair Wayne Wilson by 108 votes to 46.In Old Massett, incumbent trustee Warren Wesley defeated Cynthia Samuels, 51 votes to 34.

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