Election 2014: Preliminary mayor, council and school district results

Atwell is mayor-elect, while Colin Plant, Fred Haynes bump out Paul Gerrard and Nichola Wade

  • Nov. 15, 2014 5:00 a.m.

Preliminary results from the District of Saanich on mayoral and council seats:

  • Total ballots cast: 28,517


  • Richard Atwell – 14,178 votes; 51%
  • Frank Leonard – 13,152 votes; 47.3%
  • David Shebib – 482 votes; 1.7%


  • Dean Murdock – 14,781
  • Colin Plant – 14,778
  • Susan Brice – 14,182
  • Vic Derman – 14,046
  • Fred Haynes – 13,492
  • Judy Brownoff – 13,162
  • Vicki Sanders – 13,002
  • Leif Wergeland – 12,107

Remaining candidates:

  • Rebecca Mersereau – 12,077
  • Paul Gerrard – 11,488
  • Shawn Newby – 11,167
  • Nichola Wade – 11,066
  • Marsha Henderson – 10,416

CRD board:

  • Susan Brice
  • Colin Plant
  • Vic Derman
  • Judy Brownoff

School District 61:

  • Peg Orcherton – 8,294
  • Ann Whiteaker – 7,805
  • Elaine Leonard – 7,738
  • Diane McNally – 7,647
  • Deborah Nohr – 7,612
  • Rob Paynter – 7,271
  • Tom Ferris – 6,893
  • Bev Horsman – 6,635
  • Edith Loring-Kuhanga – 6,533

School District 63:

  • Wayne Hunter – 3,851
  • Victoria Martin – 3,345
  • Kerry Steinemann – 1,393

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