RESULTS: 2013 City of Red Deer civic election

Unofficial results from Monday’s municipal elections in Central Alberta.

Voter turnout in Red Deer for Monday’s election got off to a record start.

Over five days, 2,230 people voted at the advanced stations, compared to 1,090 in 2010.

In 2010, voter turnout was overall 24.8 per cent of eligible voters.

In this election, there are 63,979 eligible voters. Polls closed at 8 p.m.

*Below are the ongoing results for the City of Red Deer 2013 municipal election. Voting Stations Reported: 46/46

Do you want the city divided into wards?

Yes — 5,240

No — 13,314

City of Red Deer


Veer, Tara — 9,400

Jefferies, Cindy — 7,971

Trepanier, Dennis — 1,513

Horn, William — 951

Mason, Chad — 409

COUNCIL (elect eight

Wyntjes, Dianne* — 9,840

Buchanan, Buck* — 8,434

Lee, Lawrence — 8,406

Mulder, Lynne* — 8,341

Wong, Frank* — 8,018

Johnston, Ken — 7,134

Handley, Tanya — 6,631

Harris, Paul* — 6,622

Moffat, Dennis — 5,437

Balgobin, Terry — 4,742

Gingras, Serge — 4,734

Spearing, Janella — 3,838

Goulet-Jones, Calvin — 3,591

Morey, Dawna — 3,540

Young, Darren — 3,470

Didrikson, Gary — 3,516

Yzerman, Calvin — 3,452

Helm, David — 3,298

Bevins Bob — 3,139

Ordman, Ben — 2,983

Baker, Bettylyn — 2,975

Wieler, Jonathan — 2,747

McKenna, Dan — 2,462

Anderson, Jerry — 2,332

Lasiuta, Tim — 1,974

Johnson, Lloyd — 1,685

Chapin, Matt — 1,163

Coop, Stephen — 1,139

Mobley, Victor — 979

Wavrecan, Troy — 469

Red Deer Public School District Trustees (elect seven)

*Stuebing, Bill — 6,759

*Manning, Bev — 6,754

*Christie, Bill — 5,833

*Peacocke, Cathy — 4,943

Watters, Jim — 4,943

*Macaulay, Dianne — 4,849

*Lemke, Dick — 4,823

Kruger, Lianne — 4,442

Hanson, Shari — 3,811

Williams, Milt — 3,587

Ordman, Ben — 3,299

Kenworthy, Kerri — 3,227

Yaworski, Raymond — 2,553

Spady, Kurt — 2,314

Red Deer Catholic Regional School Division Trustees Red Deer (elect five)

*LaGrange, Adriana — 3,274

*Watson, Anne Marie — 3,168

*Bouchard, David — 2,845

*Pelletier, Guy — 2,804

Hollman, Murray — 2,056

Litzenberger, Cory — 1,809

Towers, Brandie — 1,585

* denotes incumbent

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