POLLS NOW CLOSED: Results to come for Agassiz, Harrison and Area-C

Voters went to the polls today to elect mayor, council, school board and more

POLLS ARE NOW CLOSED! Stay tuned for news on winners in your community.

Agassiz Agricultural Hall

6800 Pioneer Ave, Agassiz, BC

Polls are open in Harrison Hot Springs at the following locations until 8 p.m. PT:

Harrison Hot Springs Elementary

501 Hot Springs Rd., Harrison Hot Springs, BC

Polls are open in Electoral Area-C at the following locations until 8 p.m. PT:

Scowlitz First Nation Boardroom

12892 Moses St., Lake Errock, BC

Who is running for mayor in Agassiz?

Sylvia Pranger is the only candidate running for mayor in the District of Kent.

Read More: Q & A with District of Kent mayor candidate Sylvia Pranger

Who is running for council in Agassiz?

Ian Gardner

Erin Kelley

Duane Post

Kerstin Schwichtenberg

Susan Spaeti

Stan Watchorn

Sung Y Wong

Related: Kent councillor candidates talk business, ALR and putting Agassiz on the map

Related: Q & A with District of Kent councillor candidates

Who is running for school board for Agassiz Harrison? (Four to be elected)

Wendy Colman Lawley

Brittany Ekelund

Ron Johnstone

Frances Oliver

Emma Potts

Lesley Ward

Marilyn Warren

Related: Agassiz Harrison school trustee candidates talk SOGI, spending and more

Related: Q & A with SD78 trustee candidates

Who is running for mayor in Harrison?

John Allen and incumbent Leo Facio are going head to head for the role of mayor this election.

Read More: Former mayor John Allen challenging Facio in Harrison election

Read More: Facio seeks re-election in Harrison Hot Springs

Related: Q & A with Harrison Hot Springs mayoral candidates

Who is running for council in Harrison? (Four to be elected)

Leslie Ghezesan

Ray Hooper

Allan Jackson

Zoltan Kiss

Gerald Palmer

Samantha Piper

Michie Vidal

Sung Y Wong

Related: Q & A with Harrison Hot Springs councillor candidates

Related: AUDIO: Boos and heckling during Harrison’s all-candidates meeting

Who is running for director of Electoral Area-C?

Area-C director candidates are Annie Silver, Wendy Bales and Mel Waardenburg.

Read More: Sts’ailes woman Annie Silver running for director of Area-C ‘Sasquatch Country’

Read More: Former ‘Sasquatch Country’ director Wendy Bales running again

Related: Area-C candidates address health care, environmental concerns

For all of our stories on the municipal election, click here.

Check out our website, Twitter and Facebook page for full coverage of the results starting at 8 p.m. PT.

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