LIVE BLOG: Full election results for District of Elkford

Follow this post for comprehensive coverage of the 2018 Municipal Election

A mix of incumbents and newcomers will make up the new District of Elkford council.

The Free Press has received the final vote count for the municipality from the local election officer.

For Mayor:

Dean McKerracher will serve his fourth consecutive term as Mayor of Elkford after running unopposed.

For Council:

Duncan McDonald was the frontrunner for council with 516 votes, followed by Len Gostick with 491 votes and Andrew Klapp with 449 votes. All three men are first-time Councillors.

They will be joined by incumbents Craig Robinson (430 votes), Mandy McGregor (414 votes) and Steve Fairbairn (409 votes).

Read more in the October 25 edition of The Free Press.

MUNICIPAL ELECTION 2018 RESULTS
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