Election details

Whata the numbers looked like in the District of Sooke election

  • Nov. 19, 2014 8:00 p.m.

Election details:

Number of votes cast, 3,881.

Voter turnout: 41.5 per cent

Mayor:

Tait  –          2,527

Haldane –    1,263

Shebib –            26

 

Council:

Reay – 2,171

Logins – 2,116

Parkinson – 2,034

Pearson – 1,870

Kasper – 1,847

Berger – 1,807

Bateman – 1,783

Phair – 1,430

Whiteson – 1,031

Hanson – 1,029

 

Referendum question: “Would you support the District of Sooke working with the community to develop multi-use community centre facilities?”

Votes for – 3,072

Votes against – 631

 

“Should the District of Sooke join other muncipalities in renewing and stating its opposition to the expansion of oil tanker traffic through Coastal BC waters?”

Votes for – 2,618

Votes against – 1,137

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