Polls are closed and counting begins in Central Saanich

Nine seek a seat at the council table, mayor acclaimed

The civic election polls are now closed.

Hugo Wong, Tim Collins and James MacKenzie are across the Peninsula, bringing you full live coverage on ourwebsite, Facebook and Twitter.

In Central Saanich, incumbent councillors Chris Graham, Carl Jensen, Zeb King, Niall Paltiel, and Bob Thompson are all up for re-election along with newcomers Gord Newton, Kathryn Parfitt, Tayler Ruygrok and Joshua Steeper.

Mayor Ryan Windsor will remain at the helm in Central Saanich where he was elected in 2014.

Central Saanich voter Kevin McLaughlin said amalgamation brought him to the polls, because he felt money could be saved by joining together. He voted for candidates he had dealings with personally. “I’m too old to run myself”

RELATED: Meet your Central Saanich candidates



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