Election 2014: Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District surprise in Beaver Creek

Final poll reveals switch in ACRD race as John McNabb retains his seat in Beaver Creek.

John McNabb has retained his Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District seat in Beaver Creek. His opponent, Patty Edwards, was leading until the final polling station reported, and that was for Beaver Creek.

In other races, Keith Wyton has taken over in Bamfield from Eric Geall, and Lucas Banton has retained his seat in Cherry Creek, defeating Dennis Dalla-Vicenza.

Penny Cote (Sproat Lake) and Mike Kokura (Beauforts) were acclaimed.

For detailed results, check the ACRD’s website at www.acrd.bc.ca.

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