2011 election results

The 2011 election has come to a close with low voter turnout and some new faces around the council table.

  • Nov. 19, 2011 5:00 a.m.

Unofficial Election Results

These are the unofficial election results for the Town of Golden councillor election.

Chris Hambruch 608

Mike Pecora 538

Ron Oszust 523

Caleb Moss 418

Mag Magnusson 411

John Jackson 358

Kuljit Jaswal 343

Jamie Fitzgerald 329

Keith Hern 294

Trevor Hamre 168

These preliminary results and are subject to determination of official election results by the Chief Election Officer.


The following are the unofficial results of the General Election given by CSRD Chief Election Officer Carolyn Black.

Electoral Area ‘A’ Golden-Columbia

Garry Habart    288

Caleb Moss      178

Randy Priest    110


The following are the unofficial results for the School Board Trustee.

Shannon Hood 758

Rhonda Smith 648

Jane Fearing 643

Meg Langley 552

Andrew Caldwell 474

Becky Leonty 326


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