ELECTION 2011: Oak Bay election results

The results of the Nov. 19 municipal election in Oak Bay

Nils Jensen celebrates being elected mayor of Oak Bay on Saturday night at Oak Bay Bistro.



Nils Jensen is Oak Bay’s new mayor, according to unofficial election results.

Voter turnout was approximately 42 per cent.

Here are the number of votes for each candidate so far.

 

For mayor:

Hazel Braithwaite 2,769

Nils Jensen 3,197

For council:

Corey Burger 1,624

Bill Carver 1,125

Pam Copley 3,709

Cairine Green 2,616

Gregory Hartnell 569

John Herbert 3,624

Michelle Kirby 2,734

Colleen Kirkpatrick 1,454

Kevin Murdock 3,347

Tara Ney 3,899

Susan Woods 1,264

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