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Find out who was elected in Osoyoos

School board trustees, area director, councillors and mayor have all been announced

8:50 p.m.

Sue McKortoff has been named Mayor of Osoyoos with 1,379 votes according to Civic Info BC. Doug Pederson gathered a total of 162 ballots.

Brian Harvey, CJ Rhodes, Jim Kind, and Myers Bennett have been named as the town’s councillors.

8:43 p.m.

Brenda Dorosz and Casey Brouwer have been announced as school board trustees for Town of Osoyoos and Area A by Civic Info BC.

8:10 p.m.

Civic Info BC has announced Mark Pendergraft as the director for Electoral Area A – Osoyoos Rural.

8:00 p.m.

Kuldeep Dhaliwal and Claude Moreira have been announced as water councillors by Civic Info BC for Osoyoos.

Incumbent mayor McKortoff and retired elementary school teacher was seeking her second term and was up against Doug Pederson the challenger. The mayor’s seat has yet to be announced.

There were four seats open on town council that were challenged by eight candidates including two incumbents, C.J. Rhodes and Jim King. The other candidates included Myers Bennett, Brian Harvey, Jane Long, Sy Murseli, Kenny G. Music, Sherani Theophilus and Shelley McIntyre.

Up to date information on the Osoyoos Municipal Election can be found here.

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