November 15, 2014 5:50 pm
Updated: November 16, 2014 3:46 am

Prince George election results 2014: Full results

Polls are open in Prince George, B.C., from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Global News will have election results in the mayoral race right here after polls close.

Heather Loney, Global News
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Coun. Lyn Hall has beat out former councillor Don Zurowski to replace outgoing Mayor Shari Green in Prince George, B.C. Green announced earlier this month that she was pursuing federal politics, running for the Conservative nomination in Cariboo-Prince George.

On Saturday, Nov. 15, voters across British Columbia went to the polls in the 2014 civic elections. Polls were open in Prince George, B.C., from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

FULL RESULTS

Prince George

Candidate Votes Percent
Lyn Hall Elected 10463 53.08%
Don Zurowski 8850 44.9%

Prince George

Candidate Votes Percent
Brian Skakun Elected 12674 10.42%
Murry Krause Elected 10304 8.47%
Garth Frizzell Elected 8773 7.21%
Albert Koehler Elected 8022 6.6%
Jillian Merrick Elected 6829 5.62%
Frank Everitt Elected 6788 5.58%
Terri McConnachie Elected 6580 5.41%
Susan Scott Elected 6218 5.11%
Debora Munoz 6122 5.03%
Dave Wilbur 5773 4.75%
Bryan Mix 4974 4.09%
Cameron Stolz 4916 4.04%
Trent Derrick 3893 3.2%
Jason Luke 3678 3.02%
Monica Peacock 3529 2.9%
Alex Huber 3227 2.65%
Ron Gallo 3130 2.57%
Roy Spooner 3029 2.49%
Ravi Saxena 2846 2.34%
Harry Ulch 2809 2.31%
Gregg Kauk 2485 2.04%
Foxy De-Rossi 1956 1.61%
Coralee Larsen 1531 1.26%
Don Roberts 771 0.63%
Jeffrey Cunin 746 0.61%

Prince George

Candidate Votes Percent
Betty Bekkering 0 0%
Tim Bennett 0 0%
Valentine Crawford 0 0%
Denise MacDoanld 0 0%
Chris Stern 0 0%
Trish Bella 0 0%
Sheldon Harris 0 0%
Eric Depenau 0 0%
Andrew Burton 0 0%
Dennis Fudge 0 0%
Tony Cable 0 0%
Sharel Warrington 0 0%
Brenda Hooker 0 0%
Dori Alger 0 0%
Kate Cooke 0 0%
Don Sabo 0 0%
Bruce Wiebe 0 0%
Bob Harris 0 0%

In addition to electing a mayor, council, and school trustees, the Prince George electorate also voted in a community opinion referendum on the practice of fluoridating the city’s water supply.

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