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SARNIA VOTES: Election night results

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The Sarnia Journal is providing coverage of tonight’s municipal election results. Keep checking here for updates.

 

11 p.m. – Defeated mayoral candidate Nathan Colquhoun was gathered with supporters at Maud’s Variety, Monday night.

“I’ll never be done being political,” Colquhoun said. “Everything I do, all my businesses and all of my passions will always be centred around improving this city.”
Defeated mayoral candidate Nathan Colquhoun gathered with supporters at Maud’s Variety, Monday. (Cathy Dobson photo)

10:50 p.m. With the final polls reporting, here are Sarnia’s unofficial results for mayor, city/county and city council:

Mayor:
Mike Bradley – 12,561
Nathan Colquhoun – 8608
 
City/County Council:
Bill Dennis – 9669
Chrissy McRoberts – 9526
Brian White – 9385
Dave Boushy – 7863
 
City Council:
Adam Kilner – 7125
George Vandenberg – 5999
Terry Burrell – 5742
Anne Marie Gillis – 4957
For a complete list of results, click here

 

10 p.m. – Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley has won his eleventh straight election; now giving a speech to supporters gathered at Paddy Flaherty’s.

Mike Bradley thanks his campaign team, including, from left: Janis Moore, Karina DeLorey and Michele Stokley. (Cathy Dobson photo)

9:30: Live from Sarnia city hall: candidates Robert Dickieson, Brian White and CEO Chris Carter huddle with their phones to watch the results as they come in.

 

City Hall communications manager Steve Herschel is interviewed by Your TV. (Cathy Dobson photo)

8:30 – “City Hall is often packed with candidates and supporters on election night, but so far only a handful of people have come to see the results posted in city council chambers,” – The Journal’s Cathy Dobson.

8:30 p.m. –  At Sarnia City Hall where council candidate Andy Bruziewicz and a friend are awaiting results. “I am feeling pretty good about it,” he said.

8 p.m. – Polls have closed across Sarnia, both online, and at all nine in-person voting locations across the city. The Journal’s Cathy Dobson will be on hand at City Hall.

RECAP: Ontario’s second-longest serving mayor, Mike Bradley, 67, is seeking his 11th term, with rookie councillor Nathan Colquhoun, 38, as his lone challenger. A full slate of city and county council candidates are vying for seats — with four city and four city/county positions up for grabs. That includes incumbent city-county councillors Brian White, Mike Stark, Margaret Bird and Dave Boushy. Incumbent city councillor Bill Dennis is also running for a city-county seat. A total of 25 candidates are running for city-only council seats, including incumbents Terry Burrell and George Vandenberg.

Nathan Colquhoun, left, and Mike Bradley at Tuesday’s debate held at the Imperial Theatre. (Cathy Dobson photo)

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