No surprises in Harrington and Gore’s municipal election results

There were no big surprises in Harrington and Gore where the entire council were re-elected in both municipalities. Mayor Jacques Parent managed to get 82.29 per cent of the vote in Harrington where his adversary, Sonia Sinclair, got 17.71 per cent of the votes. Mayor Scott Pearce garnered 83.84 per cent of the vote. Pearce’s whole team was re-elected giving them another 4 years in office.

Below is the list of all candidates and the results of the municipal elections in both Gore and Harrington:

HARRINGTON

Councillor position (1)
Ms. Chantal Scapino (elected by acclamation)

Councillor position (2)
Mr. Peter Burkhardt (elected)
370 votes
72,55 %
Mr. Daniel Molloy
140 votes
27,45 %

Councillor position (3)
Ms. Sarah Lacasse Dwyer (elected by acclamation)

Councillor position (4)
Ms. Gabrielle Parr (elected by acclamation)

Councillor position (5)
Mr. Richard Francoeur (elected by acclamation)

Councillor position (6)
Mr. Gerald (Gerry) Clark (elected by acclamation)

 

GORE

Councillor position (1)
Mr. Donald Manconi (elected by acclamation)
Scott Pearce Team

Councillor position (2)
Mr. Clark Shaw
Scott Pearce team
595 votes
74,56 %

Mr. Michael Manconi
203 votes
25,44 %

Councillor position (3)
Mr. Alain Giroux (elected by acclamation)
Scott Pearce team

Councillor position (4)
Ms. Shirley Roy (elected)
Scott Pearce team
662 votes
81,43 %

Mr. Michel Gignac
151 votes
18,57 %
Councillor position (5)
Ms. Anik Korosec (elected by acclamation)
Scott Pearce team

Councillor position (6)
Mr. Anselmo Marandola (elected by acclamation)
Scott Pearce team


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