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Edmonton election 2021: Incumbent Jon Dziadyk loses seat in tastawiyiniwak

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Incumbent councillor Jon Dziadyk has lost his seat in tastawiyiniwak, with Global News projecting that Karen Principe has won the seat in the north Edmonton ward.

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With 21 of 25 polls reporting at about 10:30 p.m. Monday, Principe had 38.59 per cent of the votes and Dziadyk trailed with 30.82 per cent.

Dziadyk was seeking a second term on council, after being elected to council in 2017.

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Principe also ran for council in this ward in 2017.

Her priorities include an effective COVID-19 recovery plan, a push for lower taxes, fighting for better transit and enhancing safety by supporting the police and including community relations.

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