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Voter turnout for municipal election under 40%

On the bright side, 11,193 of the 15,964 votes were cast online
Ballot boxes arriving at City Hall for counting.

North Bay released the official certified election results today and while no candidates changed rank, it did reveal a disappointingly low voter turnout of just 38.27 per cent.

On the bright side, 11,193 of the 15,964 votes were cast online, resulting in an election night just over two and a half hours long...the shortest municipal election on record.

Electors voted for one mayor, 10 councillors, and four school trustees. All offices are held for a four-year term.

Here are the official final results.


CHIRICO Peter 7579 

BROUSSEAU Johanne 6855 

McVEETY Leslie 1121 


HORSFIELD Maggie 6324 

MITCHELL Lana 6251 

MALLAH Justine 5863 

MAYNE Chris 5792 

KING Mark 5789 

INCH Sara 5462 

VREBOSCH Tanya 4880 

LOWERY Jamie 4815 

GARDINER Gary 4553 

BAIN Mac 4529 


KILE Scott 4176 

SHOGREN Derek 4113 

MENDICINO Dave 3923 

VALENTI Ed 3832 

GREGORY Peter 3670 

CELENTANO Ralph 3615 

VREBOSCH Bill 3288 

PAROLIN Terry 3011 

BOULAY Francine 2440 

SKINNER Darryl 2439 

MORGAN Eric 1961 

FORGETTE Sheldon 1924 

TAYLOR Michael 1803 

TILANDER Randall 1552 

DARNELL Lance 1490 

POLIQUIN David1280 

CADOTTE Richard 842 


BESSERER Levi 629 

Jeff Turl

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