New faces elected to Greater Victoria school district

Twelve candidates were vying for nine positions

11:55 p.m.

Ann Whiteaker, Diane McNally, Elaine Leonard, Nicole Duncan, Jordan Watters, Rob Paynter, Tom Ferris, Ryan Painter and Angie Hentze were elected to the School Board.

Update: 10:15 p.m.

Ballots continue to be counted and results are expected shortly as SD61 is waiting on final results from Victoria and Oak Bay.

Original: 8:30 p.m.

The polls have closed as voters choose nine trustees for the Greater Victoria School District.

Those running for school trustee include Nicole Duncan, Aidan Elkin, Tom Ferris, Vincent Gornall, Angie Hentze, Elaine Leonard, Diane McNally, Ryan Painter, Rob Paynter, Zul Rajabali, Jordan Watters, and Ann Whiteaker.

Numbers are still rolling in and we’ll update once they become available.



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