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West Shore election results

View Royal mayor Graham Hill celebrates his victory in the municipal election.  He is entering his fourth term as mayor of View Royal. - Gunnar Freyr Steinsson photo
View Royal mayor Graham Hill celebrates his victory in the municipal election. He is entering his fourth term as mayor of View Royal.
— image credit: Gunnar Freyr Steinsson photo

Results from the 2011 municipal election:

 

View Royal

Voter turnout: 28 per cent

View Royal mayor candidate/votes:

Graham Hill - 1,078 (elected)

Barb Fetherstonhaugh - 453

Andrew Britton -401

View Royal council candidates/votes:

Heidi Rast - 1,355

John Rogers - 1,282

David Screech - 1,192

Ron Mattison - 1,013

Not Elected:

Brian Watters - 786

Frank Rudge - 784

 

Langford

Voter turnout: 14 per cent

Langford mayor candidates/votes:

Stewart Young - 2,319 (elected)

Chris Johnson - 507

Langord council candidates/votes:

Lilian Szpak - 1,936

Denise Blackwell - 1,960

Winnie Sifert - 1,833

Lanny Seaton - 1,831

Matthew Sahlstrom - 1,680

Roger Wade - 1,640

Not elected:

Grant McLachlan - 1,219

Sean Horgan - 1,019

 

Colwood

Voter turnout: 27 per cent

Colwood mayor candidates/votes:

Carol Hamilton - 1,412 (elected)

Brian Tucknott - 1,042

Jason Nault - 621

Colwood council candidates/votes:

Shari Lukens - 1,881

Gordie Logan - 1,701

Cynthia Day - 1,651

Rob Martin - 1,645

Judith Cullington - 1,629

Teresa Harvey - 1,490

Not elected:

Rick McKay - 1,368

Bill Wagner - 1,322

Ernie Robertson - 1,245

Duane MacNeill -811

 

Metchosin

Voter turnout: 48 per cent.

Metchosin mayor candidates/votes:

John Ranns - 1,522 (elected)

Ed Cooper - 408

Metchosin council candidates/votes:

Larry Tremblay - 1,242

Bob Gramigna - 1,232

Jo Mitchell - 1,090

Moralea Milne - 1,050

Not elected:

Kyara Kahakauwila - 921

Karen Watson - 559

Terry Wilson - 343

Dani Horgan - 176

Referendum:

"Are you in favour of allowing detached secondary suites?"

Yes - 968

No - 887

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