Cache Creek mayoralty candidates John Ranta and Marg Durnin shake hands after the election results on Saturday night.

Local council and trustee vote counts

Unofficial counts for Ashcroft, Cache Creek, Clinton, Lillooet, Logan Lake and Lytton.

  • Nov. 18, 2014 8:00 p.m.

Unofficial count for Saturday night’s local government elections in Ashcroft, Cache Creek, Clinton, Lytton, Lillooet and Logan Lake.

 

Ashcroft – 741 votes cast (of 1,481)

Mayor

Jack Jeyes     352

Dave Belcham     201

Jerry Fiddick     183

Council

Barbara Roden     555

Doreen Lambert     543

Al Mertens     390

Alfie Trill     350

John Kidder     336

Jessica Clement     331

 

S.D. 74 Trustee, Ashcroft

Vicky Trill     481

Christopher Roden     251

 

Cache Creek – 442 votes cast (of 851)

Mayor

John Ranta     278

Marg Durnin     161

Council

Lisa Dafoe     339

Herb Hofer     309

Wyatt McMurray     278

Dave Dubois     266

Martin Dalsin     242

Jim Lambert     211

 

Clinton (521 voters)

Mayor

Jim Rivett     acclaimed

Council

Diane Guerin     acclaimed

Wayne Marchand     acclaimed

David Park     acclaimed

Susan Swan     acclaimed

 

Lytton – 85 votes cast (of 193)

Mayor

Jessoa Lightfoot     acclaimed

Council

Dallas (Ian) Hay     77

Tiffany Haugen     61

Robert Austen     54

Jan Polderman     47

Andrew Fandrich     41

Richard Swan     25

Hugh Poole     16

 

Lillooet – 1,013 votes cast (of 1,948)

Mayor

Margaret Lampman     437

Ted Anchor     235

Doug Greenman     171

Dennis Bontron     170

Council

Laurie Hopfl     621

Kevin Aitken     585

Barbara Wiebe     506

John Courchesne     412

Wendy Parker     311

Kevin Goforth     268

Bruce Lohnes     251

Norman O’Connell     219

Karl Kempfle     197

Lloyd Stock     148

Debr Roberts     134

Ande Karanfilis     128

Laureen Weget     109

 

Logan Lake – 553 votes cast (of 1,752)

Mayor

Robin Smith     acclaimed

Council

Al Smith     404

Claire Newman     399

Gary Youd     381

Jim Noble     372

Charlie Weir     356

June Waddell     290

Melanie Gilmer     286

Amy Kinevena     246

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