It’s official: Henry Braun claims another term as mayor of Abbotsford

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It’s official: Henry Braun claims another term as mayor of Abbotsford

Braun claims victory over his five contenders

The results are now all in, and Henry Braun has claimed his second term as the mayor of Abbotsford.

Here are the final poll results:

MAYOR (elect one)

Henry Braun (incumbent): 18,732

Eric Nyvall: 6159

Moe Gill: 5992

Trevor Eros: 957

Gerda Peachey: 560

Nadine Snow: 514

COUNCILLOR (elect eight)

Patricia Ross (incumbent): 18,319

Bruce Banman: 17,224

Les Barkman (incumbent): 17,223

Dave Loewen (incumbent): 15,471

Brenda Falk (incumbent/AbbotsfordFirst): 14,904

Ross Siemens (incumbent/AbbotsfordFirst): 14,872

Kelly Chahal (incumbent/AbbotsfordFirst): 12,838

Sandy Blue (incumbent/AbbotsfordFirst): 12,669

Dave Sidhu (AbbotsfordFirst): 12,187

Paul Redekopp: 11,518

Josh Reynolds: 7941

Jas Anand: 5839

Aird Flavelle: 5410

Dao Tran: 5394

Harry Manocha: 5195

Vince Dimanno: 4053

Harvey Jongsma: 3262

Lawrence Tilley: 2630

TRUSTEES (elect seven)

Korky Neufeld: 12,388

Stan Petersen (incumbent): 12,295

Shirley Wilson (incumbent): 11,425

Preet Rai (incumbent): 11,091

Rhonda Pauls (incumbent): 10,327

Phil Anderson (incumbent): 10,064

Freddy Latham (incumbent): 9568

Jared White: 9540

Krista Cardinal: 9351

Earl Storey: 8514

Shelly Godwin: 8319

Raj Patara: 7860

Kathryn Sobko: 6945

Kuldeep Singh: 6486

Heidi Smit-Vinois: 5764

Michael Battel: 5179

Graham Evan MacDonell: 4009

MUNICIPAL ELECTION 2018 RESULTS
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