Joe Danchuk

Election 2014: Montrose re-elects Danchuk for mayor

Two incumbents and two new faces for Montrose council

  • Nov. 15, 2014 8:00 a.m.

Montrose voters gave a sign of approval to the three incumbents vying to return to their seats in Saturday’s municipal election.

Preliminary results show Joe Danchuk returning as mayor for another term with 226 votes.

He beat out former village mayor Griff Welsh who finished with 107

The two incumbent councillors vying for re-election succeeded with Cindy Cook (194 votes) and Mary Gay (180 votes) joining newcomers Rory Steep, who garnered the most votes with 228, and Mark Reid (183 votes).

The remaining three candidates for council were Lynda Bouthillier (162 votes), Brittanie Irwin (120 votes) and Royce Schmidt (80 votes).

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